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“I’ll Run Him Over”- Tyson Fury Vows to Destroy Oleksandr Usyk in a Potential Title Unification Fight

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Following his impressive knockout victory against Deontay Wilder in the trilogy fight in October, there is only one thing left for Tyson Fury to achieve in order to solidify his place as one of the greatest heavyweight boxers of all time.

The British boxer has to win all the heavyweight titles and join the elite group of undisputed heavyweight champions. However, to achieve this feat The Gypsy King would need to get past Oleksandr Usyk who recently defeated Anthony Joshua to become the IBO, IBF, WBO and WBA heavyweight champion.

Consequently, in a recently concluded interview with IFL TV, the Gypsy King revealed that he is ready to fight anyone in the division. While having this conversation, Tyson Fury also said that he was ready to fight Usyk and claimed that he would destroy him.

 “I’ll take the little cruiserweight guy, show you how to give a little small man a good hiding. I’ll run him over. He’ll look like he’s been run over by an 18-wheeler, just like Deontay Wilder.”

There is great potential for booking this fight because both fighters are at the top of their game. Moreover, this unification title bout would definitely enthral numerous fight fans around the world.

So comment below if you think Tyson Fury should fight Oleksandr Usyk next.

Tyson Fury reveals that he will fight next by the end of February

During an interview with IFL TV, the interviewer questioned Tyson Fury about his next fight. He asked the WBC heavyweight champion about how long will it take for him to decide what’s next for him.

Tyson Fury

To which The Gypsy King gave a target period where he expects to step inside the ring for his next fight. “I am definitely fighting end of February early March. One hundred percent.”

Tyson also made a huge statement that he will sack the promotion he is working with if they are unable to schedule a fight within the above-mentioned target period. “There is no if’s, but’s or maybe’s about it. Or I will sack my whole promotional outfit and I’ll promote myself.”

Although Fury might have to wait for an extended period if he wants to face someone like Dillian White or Oleksandr Usyk. Because the Ukrainian fighter will take on Anthony Joshua in a rematch that will most likely take place by the end of March. And Dillian Whyte has to resolve some issues inside the court before he can contend.