🚨 Tyson Fury promoter admits to huge concern ahead of Oleksandr Usyk clash

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Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk collide on May 18th in Saudi Arabia.

The heavyweight titlists put all of the belts on the line to crown an undisputed champion of the division.

‘The Gypsy King’s’ American promoter Bob Arum has admitted he is troubled with Fury’s last performance against Francis Ngannou in October.

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Speaking to BoxNation said: “I always, once this fight was made, I always felt that Fury was a big, big favourite because I thought his size and his boxing ability would be too much for Usyk. So I looked at it as a 3 or 4-1 fight in favour of Tyson Fury.

“But I’m troubled with the way Tyson looked in his last fight with Ngannou in Riyadh. I was there, I thought he looked dreadful, Now, there are two explanations.

“One, he really didn’t train hard for that fight, or two, when we put on years we don’t function as well as we do when we were younger, physically, so is this what we’re seeing with Tyson, based on the Ngannou fight, or was it that he didn’t take it that seriously and wasn’t prepared? We’ll find out in May 18.”

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