🚨 Oleksandr Usyk’s camp share fears over Tyson Fury fight

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Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk collide next month in Saudi Arabia.

The fight will crown an undisputed champion of the division, but it has been a bumpy road to get to the fight with the bout being rescheduled twice already.

And speaking to Boxing Scene the Ukrainian’s promoter, Alexander Krassyuk still fears that the fight won’t take place at all.

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“Usyk has actually had a triple camp for this fight,” Krassyuk said.

“He started in September for the fight to take place last December. We showed up to the Ngannou fight to step in the ring to announce the fight for the undisputed, but his team jumped and said he didn’t look that good, so Usyk gave him some space to prepare at his camp in Saudi Arabia.

“We were then meant to fight on Feb 17, then we were rescheduled for May. Tyson Fury has withdrawn four times already from this fight.

“Remember that we were looking to fight last April; he pulled out of it then, too. That’s why we fought Daniel Dubois. This will be the fourth camp we have had for Tyson Fury.

“I’ve not got too much confidence in the rematch happening, by the way. If Tyson Fury loses, will he have the confidence to step inside the ring again?

“Theoretically, he can, but we all know what happened in the rematch with Wladimir Klitschko.”

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