"He is Oleksandr, and I am the greatest": Fury speaks about Usyk
The owner of the World Boxing Council (WBC) belt, Tyson Fury (34-0-1, 24 KOs), has called himself the winner of his upcoming fight with Oleksandr Usyk (21-0, 14 KOs). The Gypsy King, as the Briton is called, noted that both rivals respect each other.
Fury said this during a meeting with Usyk as part of The Gloves Are Off program on TNT Sports. The Manchester native emphatically pronounced the name of our champion in Russian transcription and also noted that he is the greatest in the history of boxing.
"I think we are both decent men, we are both family men, we both have children, we both believe in God. So I don't think you can be more decent. But listen, belts are one thing, and now we have to fight. Everything has worked out, and now we will see who is better. But I am the winner. Remember: he is Alexander, and I am the greatest of all time," Fury said.