Matt Macklin weighed in on an undisputed potential clash between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk.
Many in the sport when analyzing the match point to the size difference, believing Fury may be too heavy for the undisputed former cruiser class champion.
Macklin agrees, though believes it’s not just sheer numbers that matters. I said boxing society that Fury’s unique blend of size and movement would allow him to negate some of the success Usyk had against Anthony Joshua.
“Fury isn’t just big, is it? He’s smart, he’s quick and he can move on his own.”
“For Joshua, Usyk’s move caused him a lot of problems. But Fury can punch on the go, so there’s less of a problem for him.”
“Fury has a great slot, he shoots very well and he can give orders. I think he’s the most popular.”
After fans suffered bitter disappointment over negotiations for Fury to face Anthony Joshua again failed earlier this year, there will be fingers crossed across the boxing world that unification At least four belts with Usyk can be completed as soon as possible.
The Ukrainian was in London earlier this month to help Fury win comfortably over Derek Chisora to retain his WBC crown, and widening the apron ring for an epic confrontation with the ‘Gypsy King’ has driven the hype about the pair’s encounter to the extreme.
If the match is confirmed, it will be the first undisputed heavyweight title fight in more than two decades as well as the first in the four-belt era.
supporter Frank Warren admitted in recent interviews that the Fury vs Usyk bout will take place where the most revenue is generated, with a lucrative offer from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia to stage the fight said to have already taken place. receive.