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Angry Tyson Vs. Oleksandr Usyk “almost done” on February 18 or March 4 in the Middle East


Via Scott Gilfoid: Tyson Fury versus Oleksandr Usyk is coming to an end on February 18 or March 4 in the Middle East, according to Usyk’s manager, Egis Klimas.

Assuming Fury makes it through training camp without a physical breakdown and the need for a postponement, fans will get to witness a stellar showdown between him and Usyk early next year.

The battle of rage in early 2023 will depend on how quickly he recovers from the injuries he sustained in last weekend’s game against cruise runner Derek Chisora. Fury’s body is like an old car, fragile and ready to break at any moment.

“Tyson Fury against Oleksandr Usyk for the heavyweight world title is “almost done,” said Usyk’s manager, Egis Klimas. The camps negotiated for weeks before the game against Derek Chisora. Target date from February 18 to March 4 in the Middle East,” according to talkSPORT.

Unfortunately, either of those days may be too early for the injured Fury. 34-year-old Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs) was beaten in that bout, and it is questionable whether he will be fit enough to return quickly in February or March ahead of IBF, WBA & WBO heavyweight or not champion Usyk (20-0, 13 KO).

Fury will need to make it through training camp intact for the fight with Usyk to take place, and it’s hard for him to do that.

Given Fury’s recent history of blowing up his fight with Anthony Joshua by setting two deadlines, you have to be wary of him nearing the end of his fight with Usyk.

With all the praise Fury and his promoters have had for Joe Joyce since last Saturday night, it wouldn’t be surprising if he was next instead of Usyk. Fury has so much love for Joyce, it seems obvious that he’s the one he’s trying to fight rather than Usyk.

It’s understandable why Fury isn’t excited about fighting Usyk because he’s a heavyweight who will move around the ring, driving him crazy all night.

If Fury pulls out of the fight with Usyk due to injury, he will likely come back and fight interim WBO champion Joyce (15-0, 14 KOs) next.

That fight will be more in the UK than the one between Fury and Usyk, who is not a household name in the country.

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