With Tyson Fury vs. Usyk fight coming up, the Gypsy King has continued to launch insults at the Ukrainian boxer Usyk. Tyson Fury has taken to social media platforms to mock the Ukrainian fighter, calling him names. Recently, he took to his Instagram story to heap another insult on Oleksandr Usyk, who is set to fight with him on the 29th of April at Wembley stadium.
Fury recorded a video of himself outside his boxing ring while raining insults on Oleksandr Usyk. "The gappy teeth cat, ugly bastard, you're getting it," Fury shouted while recording from the video. While creating the video, Fury smiled all through, but obviously, he was already determined to take on the Ukrainian fighter. According to Tyson Fury, he doesn't need much time to prepare for a fight as "simple" as that. Most fighters need 3 to 6 months to prepare for a fight. Tyson says he needs between 4 to 6 weeks of training and a week of rest to prepare for the fight.
"I don't need six months or four months and all that, I got six weeks and a week rest, done, happy days. And I'm going to impose my will on this little sneaky motherf***er. Get up lads, cannot wait, rule Britannia," Tyson Fury yelled from the video. It's been a couple of days since the night between the two was confirmed by the WBA president, who has given the thumbs up for the two heavyweight fighters to continue with the contest. It is unclear who has a clear chance of winning the fight. But with Tyson Fury's experience in the world of boxing, many supporters are leaning towards the Gypsy King.
Tyson Fury vs. Usyk Fight Details
The details of the Tyson Fury vs. Usyk fight are pretty clear. It will be happening on the 29th of April this year at Wembley stadium. On their Twitter channel, the World Boxing Association confirmed that Oleksandr Usyk and Tyson Fury had reached an "agreement" for an undisputed heavyweight clash. "WBA President Gilberto Mendoza received confirmation from Oleksandr Usyk and Tyson Fury's teams that there is an agreement to make the unification fight. They request time to work on the contracts to close the deal," WBA confirmed on Twitter.
However, the fight hinges on probable circumstances after Tyson Fury suggested that Oleksandr Usyk would only get about 30% of the whole purse. But it seemed the WBO and IBF heavyweight champion Usyk agreed to the terms Tyson Fury is presenting. He said that if Tyson Fury is willing to donate £1 million to the Ukrainian forces, he will continue the fight.
While speaking on his offer, Fury said he had analyzed Oleksandr Usyk and his team, and they are only worth about 30% of the deal. Fury also reiterated that if Usyk isn't willing to accept the offer, he can look for another fighter and make a little less. "I see all this talk of boxing fights. They want 50 per cent, Usyk and all this 'Tyson is being greedy. Where I'm standing, Usyk, you and your team are worth 30 per cent. You either take it, or you leave it, and if you don't want it, go fight Daniel Dubois at The Copperbox and get a few million dollars," Fury said.