Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk meet on February 17th to determine an undisputed heavyweight champion.
Saudi Arabia hosts another mega fight with the top two heavyweights on the planet finally colliding.
The winner will be crowned the first four belt undisputed heavyweight champion.
But Carl Froch is questioning Fury’s resume ahead of the showdown after recent poor performances from Deontay Wilder and Otto Wallin – who are two of the ‘Gypsy King’s’ former opponents.
Speaking to Luckyblock.com, Froch said: “I don’t know if it was flattering for AJ or if it just looked bad for Tyson Fury, because he struggled against Otto Wallin. It leaves a lot of question marks.”
“How good is Tyson Fury? What’s he ever done? Who’s he actually beaten? He obviously beat Klitschko in a bit of a stinker. That was just an awkward, horrible performance where he just got inside Klitschko’s head and messed him up with that jab.”
“After the Klitschko fight, Fury had those three big standout fights with Deontay Wilder. But how good is Deontay Wilder now? He looked awful against Joseph Parker. So now you start questioning him. Is Tyson Fury actually what we thought he was or has he been flattered by the lack of opposition. We don’t know but we’ll find out when he fights Usyk.”