🚨 Fighter that dropped Tyson Fury makes SHOCK prediction for Oleksandr Usyk clash

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Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk are set to collide on May 18th.

It’s third time lucky for fight fans with the two previous dates having already fell through and so here we are with another new date.

The clash will crown the first undisputed heavyweight champion since 1999 and was last achieved by the great Lennox Lewis.

One man who has already faced Tyson Fury is Steve Cunningham who decked the WBC champion in 2013 before ultimately getting knocked out by the Brit.

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Speaking to IFL TV, Cunningham gave a rather strange prediction for the heavyweight showdown.

He said: “If I had to put my money on it I think Tyson Fury will get disqualified. That’s my prediction, he’s going to have to lean on Usyk. He will not be able to go skill for skill.”

But he did then credit Fury for his improvement since they fought.

He continued: “After my fight, Fury upped his game. He is not the same who fought Steve Cunningham. He upgraded himself, definitely.

“Usyk is better than me, more accomplished, more comfortable, and he’s a southpaw so I think Fury is going to have to use those tactics to win and he’s going to have to get heavy and lean on him when Usyk starts dialling in that matrix and picking him apart so he’s going to have to slow him down somehow. I predict Usyk points or Fury disqualification.”

How do you see the fight playing out? Let us know in the comments.

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