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Last fight of his career? It became known what will happen to Usyk after the fight with Fury

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Alexander Krasiuk gave a frank interview

The promoter of WBA, WBO and IBF heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk (21-0, 14 KOs) commented on the information that the Ukrainian's fight against WBC champion Tyson Fury (34-0-1, 24 KOs) will be the last in the Crimean's career. Oleksandr Krasiuk categorically denied this news, saying that he "heard about it for the first time".

Answering a journalist's question, Krasiuk confirmed that a rematch is scheduled for May 18 after the fight between Usyk and Fury, regardless of the outcome of the first fight.

"We have a rematch scheduled. It doesn't depend on who wins. Whether it's Usyk, Alexander Usyk, Alexander Usyk, Alexander Usyk, Alexander Usyk, Alexander Usyk, Alexander Usyk, it doesn't matter. The rematch is documented," Oleksandr Krasiuk said on the SportArena YouTube channel.

The promoter also answered the question of whether Tyson would be able to run away from the rematch, as he did after the fight with Klitschko.

"No matter what penalties are spelled out in the contract, it doesn't affect anything. We can't come with aluminum pipes and dissuade him because he doesn't want to fight us. It would be inhumane. We are working. If a boxer doesn't want to fight, there are no circumstances that can force him to do so," Krasiuk said.

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