Warren responds to 'wacky' conspiracy theories about Fury dissection
Frank Warren, promoter Tyson Fury (34-0-1, 24 KOs), is confident of his fighter’s victory in the unification fight for all four heavyweight belts with Alexander Usik (21-0, 14 KOs). The fight, scheduled for Saturday, will ultimately take place on May 18 in the capital of Saudi Arabia. All because the British WBC champion was cut in a sparring match. The Ukrainian sits on the throne of the IBF, WBA and WBO.
“Tyson is a master at exploiting his opponent’s every weakness. If he is confident, and he is confident, then I am calm and confident in myself. I have no doubt that this fight will take place. Despite all these absurd rumors, Tyson was in excellent shape. In any case, just look at the photos of Tyson, they show how well he was physically prepared. Over the years, many major fights have been postponed, and the most important thing for us is that Tyson heals his injury enough so that he has at least six weeks to prepare,” says the head of Queensberry Promotions.
“Usyk has already cried and complained about blows to the body in the past, and Tyson, like no one else, knows how to take advantage of his opponent’s weakness. Usyk often “cries” and complains to the referee. After what happened in his fight with Daniel Dubois, I am even more confident that Fury will win this unification. Plus, I believed in his victory from day one, because for me he’s number one in the world,” added Warren.
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