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"Of course, I'm going to": Usyk answers the question when he will end his career

Oleksandr ChekanovNews
Usyk speaks about retirement

The unified heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk (21-0, 14 KOs) is not going to end his career after his fight against Tyson Fury (34-0-1, 24 KOs). The Ukrainian boxer intends to spend at least three years in the ring, driven by his great motivation to fight for his country.

Usyk said this in an interview with Boxing Scene. According to him, he greatly appreciates the support of his family and fans, and also mentioned the country's defenders who continue to resist Russian aggression. The 37-year-old athlete added that he is looking forward to the fight with Fury on May 18.

''Of course, I'm going to'': Usyk answers the question when he will end his career
''Of course, I'm going to'': Usyk answers the question when he will end his career

"Yes, of course, I'm going to continue boxing. Somewhere around three years. My motivation to fight is discipline, family and fans. I appreciate the support of the people and Ukrainian soldiers. This is my motivation. We can do more with good work. My biggest victory is yet to come. It will happen when my soul goes to heaven. The fight with Fury is a great event for me, my family and my country. I can't wait for the fight," Usyk said.

''Of course, I'm going to'': Usyk answers the question when he will end his career

The day before, it became known what was depicted on Oleksandr's shorts in the May 18 fight. And artificial intelligence suggested how the fight between Usyk and Fury would end.

Before that, Tyson also reaffirmed that he would hold two fights against Usyk this year. And the British promoter Frank Warren mentioned Russian Nikolay Valuev, promising that his wards would defeat the Ukrainian.

''Of course, I'm going to'': Usyk answers the question when he will end his career
''Of course, I'm going to'': Usyk answers the question when he will end his career

Earlier, the boxing teams had a fight that resulted in Tyson's father receiving an autopsy. Ukrainian Stanislav Stepchuk, who was hit in the head by John Fury, commented on the incident.

Later, the boxer's father apologized. In turn, Tyson himself appeared in Saudi Arabia on crutches, puzzling fans and experts alike.

''Of course, I'm going to'': Usyk answers the question when he will end his career
''Of course, I'm going to'': Usyk answers the question when he will end his career

As OBOZ.UA reported, the referee of the Usyk-Fury fight has been revealed. He has been in a few funny situations. In addition, the media said that Fury would donate a million pounds for Ukraine.

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