Tyson Fury fiercely calls out Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk

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Tyson Fury fiercely calls out Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk

Tyson Fury is currently in a situation he did not expect. First, Deontay Wilder took him a match he had been working on for months, and when Wilder was finally done and absolved, he had to come to terms with the fact that he could not win the match again because Oleksandr Usyk defeated Anthony Joshua, which would automatically result a rematch of their fight.

As Fury primarily wants to fight for the unification of titles, which will also be immeasurably financially the most suitable for him, the situation in which he finds himself, in which he will have to defend the title against Dillian Whyte or play another match, does not suit him.

He expressed his frustrations where many go to to do the same thing, on the treadmill. While training on it, he recorded a video in which he addressed Anthony Joshua in the first place, but he also mentioned Oleksandr Usyk, for whom he did not have nice words.

"You know what I can't believe? That Joshua allowed Ukraine to take away all his heavy belts, after all the hard work I put in to get them back. You big useless bastard." "You let the little guy on steroids come in the middleweight, surpass and he will take away your belts.

You will obviously need a real British bomber from Lancaster, like me, to go get it back, useless little one ... take those belts and bring them back to Britain, "said an angry Fury, adding: "Useless bastards! Honestly, bring them to me, Gypsy King, Bring them both to me and I'll put them where they belong and get them rid of those belts."

Tyson Fury waits

Tyson Fury, as noted, is currently awaiting the outcome of his situation, as the auction fee for the match against Whyte has been confirmed for January 18th. Meanwhile, a rematch is also awaited between Joshua and Usyk, which currently appears to be taking place in April, at one of London's stadiums.

Gypsy King will have to fight in the meantime if he intends to keep the WBC championship belt, and that is what he needs to make his match against Joshua or Usyk the absolute world champion. We are also afraid to think what would happen to the big match if Fury suffered a defeat in the meantime.

Then everything would probably lose its meaning and fall into the water, no matter what happens in the rematch of Usyk and Joshua.