Highly doubt Usyk is getting a decision. Any early rounds he takes to get going are going to get scored to AJ in most probability, unless AJ doesn't throw a single punch. That'll make it easy enough for judges to give AJ enough rounds if required. I don't think AJ was particularly great against Pulev but he does always have that little streak, where he can just turn the intensity up to 11 for a brief spurt and land a combination of heavy shots that hurt or put his opponent down out of no where. Also agree Usyk has lost a step, hopefully turns out to be an interesting fight.