Usyk suddenly addressed Ngannou before his fight with Fury
The unified heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk (21-0, 14 KOs) left an original message to Francis Ngannou (0-0, 0 KOs) on the eve of his fight with Tyson Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs). On October 28, our compatriot will be in the arena during the fight between the Gypsy King, as the boxer from Manchester is called, and the former Absolute Fighting Championship champion.
On his Instagram page, Usyk posted a picture from Riyadh, where the grand boxing evening will take place. Oleksandr decided to remind Ngannou that he was going to fight Tyson for the title of absolute world heavyweight champion.
"Francis, be careful with Tyson, I need him in the ring on December 23," the Ukrainian champion according to the World Boxing Association (WBA), World Boxing Organization (WBO) and International Boxing Federation (IBF) captioned the photo.
Earlier, Oleksandr's promoter Krasiuk revealed the place where Usyk will prepare for the fight with Fury. This is how he "responded" to the Russian propaganda about the boxer's betrayal of his country.
Earlier, Fury said that he was not interested in the title of absolute world champion, and also issued an ultimatum to Usyk about the upcoming fight, threatening to sue him. Before that, Anthony Joshua (26-3, 23 KOs) revealed sensational details of Oleksandr's fight against Tyson.
In addition, the Briton gave his forecast for the historic confrontation between the Ukrainian and his compatriot. Oleksandr himself commented on the fight against Tyson in an original way, calling his opponent an avatar and questioning one of the terms of the deal.
Usyk called Fury a "pot-bellied handsome" and sent him his regards. The Ukrainian boxer also spoke about the imminent end of his career. Oleksandr's promoter Krasiuk named a condition under which the fight could be canceled.
As reported by OBOZ.UA, former world champion in two weight categories Timothy Bradley revealed a detail that will make Tyson Fury helpless in a confrontation with Oleksandr Usyk. The Briton himself addressed his rival in one word, answering questions from Ukrainian journalists. Tyson also spoke about his conversation with Usyk before signing the contract for the fight.