Wilder told how Fury plans to beat Usyk: “He is a cheater!”


Former WBC champion American heavyweight knockout Deontay Wilder (42-2-1, 41 KOs) believes that his only offender in profiring British big man Tyson Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) will beat the WBA Super, IBF and WBO Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk (20-0, 13 KOs). And he doesn’t do it very honestly.

remindedhow in 2013 his compatriot and ex-cruiser champion Steve Cunningham dropped Fury, but then lost ahead of schedule: “When you evaluate the pros and cons of fighters, you immediately pay attention to the size of Fury. And this is indeed the very thing that gives him a solid advantage. When I think about Usyk’s chances of beating Fury, I immediately remember how this cheater cheated Cunningham in the ring with all these grabs. He simply grabbed Steve and leaned on him with all his weight. I think he will try to do the same with Usyk.”

Presumably at the beginning of next year, Usyk and Fury will determine the first absolute world champion in the era of four belts in a face-to-face fight. Both wanted to do it before the end of the year, but the Ukrainian is temporarily unavailable due to injury.

Wilder does not write off Usyk, because “he still has more skills. But can they offset Fury’s size advantage? I don’t think so, to be honest. But who knows for sure? This is just my opinion. But this is fucking boxing. And here, as you know, styles make fights. I just want the best man to win. I wish both of you only the best.”

Earlier, the manager of the Ukrainian said that Usyk would fight not with Fury, but with Wilder. Who do you think will win this fight? But Bob Arum surprised the forecast.