“I’m going to impose my will on this little sneaky motherf***er” Tyson Fury issues stern warning to Oleksandr Usyk after fight date gets confirmed

After throwing shades at each other, making outrageous demands, and a whole lot of dramatic spats Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk have decided on a date to fight. The two heavyweights will lock horns on April 29 at the prestigious Wembley stadium. The Brit feels that he will batter Usyk. And to do so, he does not need rigorous preparation.

How did Tyson fury vs Oleksandr Usyk heat up even before the fight agreement?

Tyson remained adamant with his demands resulting in his social stock taking a gradual descent. Later, Oleksandr Usyk’s promoter Alex Krassyuk revealed that Fury agreed to a 50/50 purse split, only to walk away from the deal and disrespect the code. Tyson Fury’s promoter Frank Warren, later on, struck his final proposal of a 70/30 purse split and warned the opposition camp of not carrying on with the negotiations beyond this weekend as this was their final offer.


To the utmost surprise of most people, Usyk agreed to the deal, labeling Fury as a “greedy belly.” However, he had a strong and non-negotiable condition. Usyk, one of the all-time Ukranian greats, agreed only with a clause of Fury donating 1 million pounds to the Ukrainians ravaged by war. Agreeing to just 30 percent of the purse shows how eager Usyk is to teach Fury a lesson.

WBA, in their official statement, later proclaimed that these two had reached a verbal consensus. This is why, WBA moved on from ordering Usyk to fight the rightful contender from their organization, Daniel Dubois. The two camps are currently working on penning down the final terms of the deal.

Tyson Fury looking to humiliate Oleksandr Usyk

“The Gypsy King” is rather unfazed by any of the proceedings. He has issued a stern warning to his heavyweight clash opponent right after commencing training. In a video posted on social media, Fury was all confident in his capabilities, “Today is the first day of my training for the Usyk fight. I don’t need six months, or four months, I’ve got six weeks and a week’s rest. Done, happy days.. I’m going to impose my will on this little sneaky motherf***er. Get up lads, cannot wait, rule Britannia!”

Fury made his last appearance in the boxing ring against Derek Chisora, back on December 3, 2022. His opponent Usyk, on the other hand, has been away from the scene for quite some time. His last appearance was against Anthony Joshua, in a title fight, back in August 2022.

The winner of this coveted title unification bout will lead to the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis, in 1999.

Who do you think will emerge as the victor and make history?


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