"It has never been a secret". American super heavyweight pointed out the decisive moment in the Usyk-Dubois fight
The famous American super heavyweight Michael Hunter (20-1-2, 14 KOs) believes that Oleksandr Usyk's (21-0, 14 KOs) body is his weak point. Commenting on what happened in the Ukrainian's fight against the mandatory challenger from Britain, Daniel Dubois (19-2, 18 KOs), Hunter drew attention to how difficult it was for Oleksandr to recover after missing a punch.
The referee did not count the British punch between Usyk's legs in the 5th round, giving the Ukrainian 5 minutes to recover.
"It has never been a secret that Usyk is vulnerable to body shots. There were other cuts from his fights that I had seen before. I watched fights with Beterbiev and other fighters. You can find other body blows when he fell or complained about. I mean, it's not such a big revelation. Everyone can be hurt by body blows, they are sharp blows. The referee did a bad job with Usyk," Vringe quotes Hunter's interview for the Second Out YouTube channel.
As OBOZREVATEL reported earlier, video evidence that Dubois hit Usyk below the belt deliberately appeared online.
Later catman Russ Anber, who once worked with Oleksandr Usyk, came to the Sky Sports studio, where he analyzed this episode in the Ukrainian's fight, citing the undeniable facts of foul play.