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"Naughty child": Usyk trolls Fury after the disruption of the fight on February 17

Oleksandr ChekanovNews
Usyk and Fury should fight in May

The unified heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk (21-0, 14 KOs) took the news of the postponement of his fight against Tyson Fury (34-0-1, 24 KOs) in stride. According to our boxer, he sees no point in reacting emotionally to this event, as it will not change the situation.

Usyk said this in an interview with the authoritative publication The Times. The Ukrainian champion also reiterated that he is not affected by the statements of the Gypsy King, as the British boxer is called, and expressed full confidence in his victory in the May 18 fight.

''Naughty child'': Usyk trolls Fury after the disruption of the fight on February 17
''Naughty child'': Usyk trolls Fury after the disruption of the fight on February 17

"I can either blame the world for all my problems or try to smile and make it better. It may not get any easier, but it's easier to live with it if you find something positive. It's just a fight against a big guy who has taken my belt. The question is not whether I will win, but when it will happen. Even if someone tries to play with me, they play by my rules. Sometimes you just have to let a naughty child scream a little bit," Usyk said.

''Naughty child'': Usyk trolls Fury after the disruption of the fight on February 17

We would like to remind you that initially the Usyk-Fury fight was supposed to take place on February 17, but the Gypsy King was injured during sparring two weeks before the show. Tyson apologized for his injury, and a video of the incident was posted online. The Briton also made a statement about his retirement.

When asked about the fake nature of the injury, Vusik criticized the Gypsy King. In addition, fans reacted angrily to the situation.

''Naughty child'': Usyk trolls Fury after the disruption of the fight on February 17

The incident was also commented on by Croatian boxer Agron Smakic (20-2, 18 KOs), who dealt Fury the unfortunate blow. But ex-champion Carl Froch called the British fighter's injury suspicious.

At the same time, the Ukrainian named the person responsible for postponing the show, but did not blame his opponent for it. The Gypsy King later gave details of how he got the injury. The organizers of the show in Riyadh announced a new date for the Usyk-Fury fight, setting a "draconian condition" for the boxers.

''Naughty child'': Usyk trolls Fury after the disruption of the fight on February 17

Later, the Briton attacked our compatriot with insults. And the famous Briton Dereck Chisora told how the fight would end. In his turn, the legendary Roy Jones called Alexander a victim of the disruption of the fight on February 17.

''Naughty child'': Usyk trolls Fury after the disruption of the fight on February 17
''Naughty child'': Usyk trolls Fury after the disruption of the fight on February 17

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