- Tyson Fury ends his trilogy with Deontay Wilder with a second win
- Oleksandr Usyk’s promoter says Fury could do nothing for his man
- The Ukrainian is coming off of his impressive win against Anthony Joshua
- Usyk’s promoter also had time to slam Deontay Wilder for his defeat to Fury
Tyson Fury is coming off a hugely impressive second win against Deontay Wilder, although Oleksandr Usik’s promoter thinks the Gypsy King is no threat to the Ukrainian.
The Gypsy King was knocked out twice, but the bronze bomber was sent to the floor three times as he secured an 11th-round knockout victory to defeat the American for the second time in his trilogy.
Meanwhile, Usyk is not far from the biggest victory of his career, when he ousted Anthony Joshua and became just the third fighter, behind Evander Holyfield and David Hay, to win world titles in the cruiserweight and heavyweight divisions.
Alexander Usyk’s promoter Alexander Krasyuk says Tyson Fury couldn’t do ‘anything serious’ for the Ukrainian
Tyson Fury ends his trilogy against Deontay Wilder with a second win
talking to SundayUsyak’s agent, Alexander Krasiuk, criticized both Fury and the defeated Wilder.
He said: ‘Wilder and Fury, the size in which they performed in the fight, is a sweet dessert for Usyak as none of them performed with boxing skills.
‘If Usyk shows his technique, his style of technique, then I don’t think Fury or Wilder can do anything serious for Usyk.’
Usyk becomes world champion after a unanimous decision victory over Anthony Joshua
The Ukrainian is one of the best pound to pound fighters in the world and while he could not match Joshua for strength and size in his fight at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, the former world champion could not match the Ukrainian’s technical ability.
Both Fury and Wilder were the heaviest ever for their fight in Las Vegas on Saturday evening.
Wilder collected 17 stones but failed in his mission to take revenge on the Gypsy King.
Krausek took a dig at Wilder, saying: ‘He looked terrible, really, really terrible because he couldn’t make it with his body, he wasn’t used to that extra weight and didn’t feel well.
Wilder was at his heaviest for fight with Fury and Usik’s promoter says he was ‘terrible’
‘He was already done in the fourth round and survived the rest of the fight by the end.’
Usyk is set to face Joshua for a second time after Matchroom Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn revealed that Britain has triggered their rematch clause with the Ukrainian.
Dillian White, who next fights Otto Wallin on October 30th, could be in line for Fury next year.