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"I have achieved everything in boxing": Fury breaks silence after defeat by Usyk. Video

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Fury addressed Usyk

Former world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (34-1-1, 24 KOs) has promised to beat Oleksandr Usyk (22-0, 14 KOs) in a rematch and return to the throne of the king's division. The Gypsy King, as the Manchester native is known, returned to the gym after his defeat by the Ukrainian on May 18.

Fury posted the video on his Instagram page. The British boxer showed his work on the punching bag and also noted that it was the biggest challenge in his career to close the defeat against Usyk, as he had never faced failure in the ring.

''I have achieved everything in boxing'': Fury breaks silence after defeat by Usyk. Video

"As you can see, I'm back in the gym. I have achieved everything in boxing - record titles, many things. But I've never gone through a defeat. On December 21, in the center of the Kingdom, the king will return to the throne and become the absolute world champion! Oleksandr Usyk, I'm coming for you! Be ready for the Gypsy King! I know what I have to do, I saw my shortcomings. I will walk this path to redemption. December 21 will be my day. I'm going for the absolute championship!" said Fury.

''I have achieved everything in boxing'': Fury breaks silence after defeat by Usyk. Video
''I have achieved everything in boxing'': Fury breaks silence after defeat by Usyk. Video

Earlier, Tyson was involved in a drunken scandal that alarmed his camp. The Russian media said that the reason for the British fighter's antics was that Usyk had driven him to depression.

In addition, Oleksandr announced his radical plan to continue his career after the rematch with Tyson. The Ukrainian also named the most difficult moment of the fight with the Briton. Our boxer also spoke frankly about his opponent.

''I have achieved everything in boxing'': Fury breaks silence after defeat by Usyk. Video
''I have achieved everything in boxing'': Fury breaks silence after defeat by Usyk. Video

Saudi Arabia has already officially announced the date of the second fight between Usyk and Fury. The boxers' rematch fees were announced. It is expected that the boxing rules will be changed in the second fight.

Before that, New Zealand heavyweight Joseph Parker (35-3, 23 KOs) dispelled the main myth about the Ukrainian's weakness. And Russian Oleg Taktarov called the results of Oleksandr's and Tyson's fights fabricated.

''I have achieved everything in boxing'': Fury breaks silence after defeat by Usyk. Video

Promoter Bob Arum said that he does not consider the Ukrainian to be the strongest boxer in the world. There was also an unexpected twist to the Usyk-Fury rematch. It happened after Croatian Filip Hrgovic (17-1, 14 KOs) lost to British Daniel Dubois (21-2, 20 KOs).

''I have achieved everything in boxing'': Fury breaks silence after defeat by Usyk. Video

As OBOZ.UA previously reported, the International Boxing Federation (IBF) has made a new statement regarding the deprivation of the Ukrainian boxer of the title of absolute world champion.

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