Fury on Usyk and Joshua: They were awfully weak, I’ll beat them both in one night

The WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury did not fail to “bite” Alexander Usyk and Anthony Joshua after last night’s duel between them.

As is known, the Ukrainian once again beat the Briton, saying at the press conference after the fight that if his next opponent is not Fury, then he better not put on the gloves again.

The Gypsy King, who recently announced his second retirement from boxing, shared his thoughts on the fight.

“To tell you the truth, they were both terrible. That was probably the worst heavyweight title match I’ve ever seen in my life. It was terrible, enough. I would have destroyed both of them in the same night. Get out the checkbook because the Gypsy King is here to stay forever,” the Briton said in typical style on his social media accounts immediately after the match.

Fury’s deadline to confirm his retirement from boxing ends on August 26, but he is expected to return to the ring for one final match with Usyk. Expectations are that the fight will be at the beginning of 2023, but the details have yet to be clarified.

Meanwhile, the official statistics from the match in Saudi Arabia were also released. She points out that Usyk landed 712 shots against his opponent, 170 of which found the target. With Joshua, the numbers are far smaller – 492 attempts compared to 124 successful ones.

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