Oleksandr Usyk’s promoter affirms that they are willing to carry out a rematch with Tyson Fury – La Opinion

Oleksandr Usyk’s promoter affirms that they are willing to carry out a rematch with Tyson Fury – La Opinion

Alexander Krassyuk, promoter of the Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk, stated that They will respect the revenge clause against former champion Tyson Fury and that they are willing to carry it out on October 12 as stipulated in the contract.

In an interview with Boxing King Media, Krassyuk expressed that They are men of their word and when they promise something they deliver, so a second fight between Usyk and Fury could become a reality if The Gipsy King wants it.

We are men of our word. It’s not about paperwork: if we shake hands and promise something, we deliver. “I don’t see any reason why the rematch shouldn’t take place,” said the Ukrainian’s promoter.

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Oleksandr Usyk became undisputed champion for the second time, but this time in the heaviest division in boxing. Photo: Francisco Seco/AP.

Last weekend, Oleksandr Usyk started by losing the fight with Tyson Fury, who kept him at bay in the first half due to his great reach, mobility in the ring and with body blows. In the second part of the fight, The Ukrainian was gaining confidence and in the ninth he almost knocked out the English fighter.

After the 12 rounds, one judge scored 113-114 for The Gipsy King, while the other two judges saw Usyk as the winner 115-12 and 114-113. to make history and become undisputed heavyweight champion. This feat has not been achieved for 19 years, the last to do so was Lennox Lewis.

After the close fight, both Oleksandr Usyk and Tyson Fury They want to take a break and spend time with their families. to think about what the next step they will take in their careers.

“I just had a fight. I just left. I don’t want to think about having a boxing match. I’ve been in camp for seven months, don’t forget it. I will have a vacation, I will regroup, I will talk to my wife and children, and I will see what I want to do,” declared the Briton at the press conference.

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Tyson Fury dominated Oleksandr Usyk in the first half of the fight, but the Ukrainian was able to find a way to beat him. Photo: Francisco Seco/AP.

Oleksandr Usyk, 37, He was crowned undisputed heavyweight champion after a close fight with Fury in Saudi Arabia. The Ukrainian remains immaculate after 22 fights, 14 of them on the fast track.

For his part, Tyson Fury, 35, was defeated for the first time in his career by the Ukrainian in a unification duel. The Gipsy King now He has a record of 34 victories, 24 by knockout, one setback and one draw.

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