Usyk: Chisora ​​doesn't need too hard punch to fall

Alexander Usyk (17-0, 13 KOs) says he is not impressed by the fact that Derek Chisora (32-9, 23 KOs) is likely to have a few kilograms of weight advantage over him on Saturday night.

Alexander Usyk in a duel against Tony Bellew
Alexander Usyk in a duel against Tony Bellew

“If the king of animals were chosen by size, it would not be a lion, but an elephant,” explains the Ukrainian vividly, who weighed 215 pounds before his previous performance.

Moreover, Usyk is sure that he is able to send Del Boy to the floor, who usually goes to his fights with a weight of 260 pounds: “Everyone has a certain resistance to punches, it cannot be trained. You don't have to hit your opponent hard for him to fall,” the Ukrainian boxer says.

Alexander Usyk, who will enter the ring with Chisora ​​on Saturday, is risking his status of a mandatory contender for the WBO heavyweight belt in this meeting.

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