The Ukrainian is barely fascinated by dealing with one title when he returns to the ring.
Following his win over Anthony Joshua in August, unified world heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk is having fun with a well-earned relaxation after what has been a traumatic time for the 35-year-old on account of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
However whereas Usyk has said that he won’t be returning to the ring once more till subsequent 12 months, he has expressed his need to face one man and that’s the WBC world heavyweight title holder Tyson Fury for the prospect to develop into the undisputed heavyweight champion.
"He’s [Tyson Fury] speaking about 500 million kilos for the battle. He’s a lunatic, however in a superb sense I imply. I’d additionally need 500 million, however it’s one thing loopy," Usyk instructed Parimatch.
"Fury is speaking and he’s already promoting the battle. So, he’ll agree on it as a result of it might be such a formidable bout.
"And as we had been speaking with the organisers of the battle towards AJ in Saudi Arabia, the promoters had been already fascinated by organising a bout towards Fury at one other stadium with capability of 80-90 thousand.
"Hopefully it’ll happen right here in Ukraine, though it’s only a dream for the time being. However goals can come true.”
Whereas Usyk is recovering from an energy-sapping 12 rounds towards Joshua, there’s hypothesis the overwhelmed British fighter will likely be Fury's subsequent opponent.
Originally posted 2022-10-01 19:40:33.