“Little b***h” Tyson Fury slams journalist following controversial contract agreement with Oleksandr Usyk

Tyson Fury has faced backlash over his negotiations with Oleksandr Usyk on social media recently, with some criticizing his approach. However, the heavyweight champion has since engaged in a heated exchange with talkSPORT presenter Simon Jordan, whom he referred to as a “little b****”.

Tyson Fury

Fury has been in extensive talks with Usyk’s team regarding a potential undisputed title bout, with hopes of arranging the fight at Wembley Stadium on April 29. Though negotiations initially seemed to be progressing. A new obstacle has arisen as Fury has now requested that there be no rematch clause for either fighter following their showdown for the unified title.

This has cast doubt over the possibility of an agreement being reached.

Tyson Fury goes off on Jordan

During a talkSPORT broadcast, radio host Simon Jordan voiced his disapproval of Fury’s social media tactics, stating, “I don’t know what the purpose of this [latest demand] is. I’m sure Frank [Warren] is sitting there pulling his hair out.” In response, Tyson went on an angry rant on Instagram directed at both Jordan and his possible opponent Usyk.

Tyson Fury

“I can’t wait, I’m in the best shape of my life, I’m fucking ready to rock and troll, I wish it was this weekend. Usyk you gappy-teeth, ugly, bug-eyed, rabbit, cat, ugly piece of s***, you are getting knocked the f*** out.”

“And to all the haters out there a massive f*** you because I’m getting 70% of the undisputed heavyweight championship. Simon Jordan you’re a little b****, no wonder you lost £100 million b****, wrong business you little sausage. “Cruiserweights are getting smashed, I’m a f***ing monster, cruiserweights are getting demolished.”

Fury and Jordan had a cordial relationship and the radio host even interviewed the heavyweight boxer on his show. However, it seems that their relationship has deteriorated. Simon has been a vocal critic of various personalities in the sport which also includes boxing promoter Eddie Hearn, with whom he has had a long-standing rivalry.

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