“Where are you Belly?” Oleksandr Usyk pokes fun at Tyson Fury’s physique in latest picture of himself with shredded look

After dominantly defeating Derek Chisora last December, it is now in the negotiating stage that Tyson Fury will square off against the current WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, The Ring, and IBO heavyweight title holders, Oleksandr Usyk.

While referring to Fury as the dominant heavyweight of this generation, his promoter Frank Warren recently told talkSPORT Boxing that the fight between Fury and Usyk will take place in March of this year, and he is very positive about it.

“We’re looking at March, and everybody is really up for getting this done, and we’re positive it will get done. I genuinely believe it’s going to happen.”

Last August, when Usyk consecutively defeated Anthony Joshua, Fury made a comment about the Ukrainian fighter, saying that he is small, and the Gypsy King could beat him with only one week of training.

“I could beat Usyk in a week’s training! Because he’s a middleweight, I’ll put my fists right through him. When Usyk was amateur boxing, sucking his mother’s nipples, I was the British heavyweight champion.”

The British champ even referred to him as a middleweight fighter and gave a reason for his thinking.

“He was boxing at 75 kilograms [165 pounds] as an amateur. 75kg!? This is why I call him a middleweight. I’ve never said it won’t be easy work. All this ‘pound-for-pound legend’ nonsense, I don’t rate him!”

However, last Tuesday, Usyk took his Twitter and posted an in-shape picture of himself while mocking Fury by titling the post, “The Middleweight is here!🚀 Where are you Belly? @Tyson_Fury” as a response to Fury’s previous comment about his weight.

Not only Usyk, but many others have mocked Fury for his weight, calling him a “fat guy,” but the undefeated fighter didn’t seem to mind and continued to gain weight, and this time fans are hoping for a response from the 34-year-old boxer.


Saifullah Nayem

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Business undergrad and has been a culer since childhood, currently working as a combat sportswriter at SportsZion. Aside from sports, he is passionate about marketing and business-related activities.


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