Oleksandr Usyk has called out Conor McGregor for a Wembley showdown.
The unbeaten Ukrainian fighter is set to defend his WBO, WBA and IBF heavyweight titles against Daniel Dubois in Poland.
Talks between Usyk and Fury broke down for an undisputed clash and the Gypsy King will now face Francis Ngannou in a crossover bout but under boxing rules.
And Usyk is clearly unimpressed with the move and cheekily has offered to fight McGregor at Wembley stadium.
Speaking to Seconds Out via a translator he said,
“I saw that Conor McGregor put some significant weight on his body.”
“Hey Conor, why don’t we make a fight at Wembley?”
I think we can safely assume the offer is of course tongue-in-cheek and just another dig at the WBC heavyweight champion.
— Egis Klimas (@KlimasBoxing) July 11, 2023
Usyk’s manager hit-out at the announcement of Fury vs. Ngannou stating its the ‘biggest joke in boxing’.