Reigning heavyweight champions Oleksandr Usyk has boasted that he is ready to fight and topple Tyson Fury after beating Anthony Joshua again.
The undefeated Ukrainian turned in a spirited performance from Joshua to seal a split decision win in their rematch in Saudi Arabia on Saturday night.
Despite repeatedly insisting he retire from boxing following his stunning knockout victory over Dillian Whyte in April, Fury still holds the WBC title.
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And Usyk is confident the Gypsy King won’t be able to resist the opportunity to return and meet him in a fight to crown the heavyweight division’s first undisputed champion since Lennox Lewis.
“I’m sure Tyson Fury isn’t retired yet. I’m sure he wants to fight me,” Usyk said after his win over Joshua.
“I want to fight him and if I don’t fight Tyson Fury, I don’t fight at all.”
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