Why on earth is Fury even allowed to fight Charr? — the ex-champion is outraged by the mismatch


Former cruiserweight world champion Briton Tony Bellew is outraged that his compatriot, WBC heavyweight title holder Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) will most likely fight Manuel Charr (33-4, 19 KOs) in his next fight. ) from Germany.

Tony considers this an absolute mismatch and is generally in favor of the sanctioning organization forbidding Fury from defending the title against such an opponent.

“It’s all about a heavyweight lineal champion going up against a guy who isn’t even in the top 20,” Bellew said. Would you be happy if Joshua came out and announced that he would come back after two defeats against Manuel Charr? So why is the lineal heavyweight champion, who beat Deontay Wilder three times and we all know they didn’t really have a draw in their first fight, allowed to fight Charr? No, you tell me. It turns out that some rules for some, others for others.

We add that the next performance of Fury, whoever becomes his rival, is scheduled for December 3 in Cardiff (Wales).

Bellew also explained on the fingers all about the negotiations between Fury and Joshua.