"In the later rounds". Former world champion says how Usyk-Fury fight will end
Former two-division world champion Timothy Bradley believes that WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (33-0-2, 24 KOs) will defeat WBA, WBO and IBF titlist Oleksandr Usyk (21-0, 14 KOs). The 40-year-old American, who currently works as a commentator for ESPN, will no doubt put money on the British success.
Bradley is confident that the fight for the absolute title will not last all 12 rounds.
"I think Tyson will stop Usyk in the later rounds. He'll try to catch him with an inconspicuous punch. Maybe it will be a check-hook or an uppercut... Something like that. Maybe it'll be Fury's favorite combination, the right side," Bradley said on the FightHype YouTube channel.
Bradley still doesn't believe that the parties have finally reached an agreement and is looking forward to the first press conference.
"As soon as I see Usyk and Fury in the press room and the first money is spent, only then will I know that the fight will actually take place," the American fighter summarized.
A few days ago, the date of the fight for the absolute championship between Usyk and Fury became known.
It's worth considering the fact that Fury has a fight against mixed martial arts fighter Francis Ngannou scheduled for October 28.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, the World Boxing Organization has announced who will be the next contender for the heavyweight title and who the winner of the Usyk-Fury mega-fight will fight.