Tyson Fury steps into the ring to fight Dillian Whyte, Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk at the same time


WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is full of energy: he looked for a way to land a blow to his next opponent Dillian Whyte, one more to former champion Anthony Joshua, and another to Oleksandr Usyk in same time.

Tyson Fury usually doesn't wait to be in the ring to smash his rivals
© Ethan Miller/Getty ImagesTyson Fury usually doesn’t wait to be in the ring to smash his rivals

Tyson’s Fury is usually a permanent pain in the neck for all those heavyweight fighters he considers his rivals, having scheduled a fight with him or not. Its nature is the same inside and outside a boxing ring: be aggressive and constantly attack both the head and the body, as Dillian Whyte, Antoine Joshuaand Oleksandr Usyk lived, now, at the same time.

Whyte is Fury’s next official opponent, in a mandatory fight, the gypsy king must do because he is the WBC world heavyweight champion. This clash would take place on April 23 in England. According to MirrorWembley Stadium is likely to be the venue for the fight that achieved the highest purse bid in WBC history: $41 million.

On the other hand, with Fury officially busy against Dillian Whyte, Anthony Joshua has a free hand to seal the deal for his scheduled rematch against Oleksandr Usyk. The Ukrainian fighter took the entire belt from Joshua last year so he decided to exercise the agreed rematch clause. This battle has not yet been formalized.

The same Fury fight against Whyte, Joshua and Usyk

While waiting for the time to do it for real in a boxing match, Tyson Fury decided to step into the media ring to land a few blows on two of his favorite opponents at the same time. He has enough energy and aggression to do so, so he hit hard against Dillian Whyte, Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk.

The guy is a tramp (Dillian Whyte). None of these fights excite me anymore. I do it because I can and it’s easy. It’s just a boxing match… It’ll be very simple: I’ll throw one of those bazookas at him and it’ll be over. I know she’s a bitch… coward. And I don’t have time for cowards“, Fury said in an interview for The National.

Also, for the same media and in the same interview, the gypsy king threw a huge verbal uppercut at former champion Anthony Joshua and current WBA, WBO and IBF king Oleksandr Usyk: “Then I have Dillian Whyte and then there’s a little sucker named Usyk and I’m absolutely going to go after him. The average weight. Send him back to middleweight. That’s all I’m gonna do… AJ is a big old bodybuilder, he’s not worth a carrot.”

Tyson Fury’s (31-0-1, 22 KO) plan if he beats Whyte is to challenge the winner between Anthony Joshua (24-2-0, 22 KO) and Oleksandr Usyk (19-0-0, 13 KO ) to attempt to be the unified world heavyweight champion of the world.

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