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"So what? Shit happens": Fury told what he is not afraid of in the fight with Usyk

Oleksandr ChekanovNews
Fury spoke about his injury

The owner of the World Boxing Council (WBC) belt, Tyson Fury (34-0-1, 24 KOs), is not worried about the cut he received during a sparring session 2.5 weeks before his fight with Oleksandr Usyk (21-0, 14 KOs). The fight had to be postponed for three months due to the British injury, and now the Gypsy King has returned to the gym.

Fury said this in an interview with The Stomping Ground YouTube channel. According to him, he was upset after getting injured, and the fight with Usyk had to be postponed to late spring. In addition, the lineal heavyweight champion added that he is not afraid if the wound above his eye starts bleeding during the fight against the Ukrainian.

''So what? Shit happens'': Fury told what he is not afraid of in the fight with Usyk
''So what? Shit happens'': Fury told what he is not afraid of in the fight with Usyk

"All kinds of shit happens. It's not the first time and it won't be the last time a fight is canceled due to injury. At first I was a little pissed off, but when I got a new date two days later, it was amazing. Everything is fine. The incision is now healed. The cut takes about eight weeks to heal. I am not worried about the incision. If the dissection opens during the fight, damn it... So what? I've had a lot of dissections in the past. This is boxing," Fury said.

''So what? Shit happens'': Fury told what he is not afraid of in the fight with Usyk

Earlier, Croatian heavyweight Agron Smakic (20-2, 18 KOs) told the whole truth about how Tyson got injured. As a reminder, the fight between Usyk and Fury was postponed to May 18. The day before, the World Boxing Organization (WBO) made a statement about the rematch between the Ukrainian and the British.

''So what? Shit happens'': Fury told what he is not afraid of in the fight with Usyk

Derek Chisora (34-14, 23 KOs), the former rival of the two boxers, gave his categorical forecast for the fight. In addition, the legendary Vitali Klitschko gave an original advice to the Gypsy King and spoke about his great importance for Ukraine.

In turn, promoter Eddie Hearn informed that, according to the organizers of boxing nights in Saudi Arabia, the winner of the Usyk-Fury fight on May 18 will fight the strongest in the confrontation between Anthony Joshua (27-3, 24 KOs) and Francis Ngannou (0-1, 0 KOs).

''So what? Shit happens'': Fury told what he is not afraid of in the fight with Usyk
''So what? Shit happens'': Fury told what he is not afraid of in the fight with Usyk

At the same time, the Ukrainian's team has already decided on a boxer who will replace Tyson if he refuses to enter the ring again. If the Briton does so, he will also face a multimillion-dollar fine.

''So what? Shit happens'': Fury told what he is not afraid of in the fight with Usyk

As reported by OBOZ.UA, Tyson Fury's father John sharply attacked Oleksandr Usyk's team after they questioned the British boxer's injury. And the Gypsy King himself named the round in which he would knock out the Ukrainian.

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