Oleksandr Usyk has issued a stern warning to Tyson Fury, demanding that he give up his world title belts if a rematch with Usyk can’t be arranged.


If Tyson Fury isn’t willing to fight for the undisputed heavyweight title, OLEKSANDR USYK has urged him to defend or relinquish his WBC strap.

After reconciling over money in April, the two appeared ready to fight in an undisputed bout for the ages.


Gypsy King Fury has moved the goalposts mid negotiation by trying to remove a rematch clause


Usyk has grown tired of Fury's antics and told him to vacate the WBC heavyweight title


But on Monday, Fury threw another wrench into the works by demanding that their brawl be a one-off with no rematch clause.

Usyk, 36, has told the Brit to “put up or shut up” after he changed the rules again.

Unbeaten Ukrainian fighter posted on Instagram, “Greedy belly.

“Rematch clause came from your side, not mine.

In other words, “Stop whining and ducking, be a man and sign the contract or vacate the belt I need undisputed, and not to play your stupid games.”

According to Team Usyk, Fury is doing everything he can to avoid fighting on April 29 at Wembley.

“As Usyk said, the greedy belly is still hoping to find a way to pull out,” promoter Alexander Krassuyk said on talkSPORT.

“We knew before and know it now.


Even if Usyk agrees to a no rematch clause, the fight won’t be over until they find another excuse to cancel it.

“Let me explain why. His bluff was called by Usyk. There is no doubt about it; this is correct. He had not counted on Usyk taking the deal at 70/30.

He was not at a training facility, and the next day we witnessed his dramatic performance in which he pretended to jog and box a dummy.

The whole thing is pointless. It’s clear he’s not ready for battle and is actually quite afraid.

He’ll do whatever he can to stay away from Usyk.

“We don’t trust him, we don’t believe him.

Moreover, it should be noted that Fury’s camp was the pioneer in calling for a rematch when we first began talks.


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“Fury asked for the rematch first, and we were on board with that.”

He continued, “His credibility is completely destroyed. The guy is making an attempt to flee.

Please accept my deepest condolences on behalf of Tyson’s devoted fanbase. This kind of behavior from a fighter is unbecoming.

Money and boxing are irrelevant. We’re talking about a phobia, here.

Even though the fight’s future is uncertain, Fury co-promoter Frank Warren remains confident that the fight will go on as planned.

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According to the head of Queensberry Promotions: “Like I said from the beginning, we’ll get this fight over the line.

Both combatants are committed to seeing it through, so it will pass muster.


Micheal Kurt

I earned a bachelor's degree in exercise and sport science from Oregon State University. He is an avid sports lover who enjoys tennis, football, and a variety of other activities. He is from Tucson, Arizona, and is a huge Cardinals supporter.

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