Discussion in 'British Boxing Forum' started by BrokerNYC, Sep 15, 2022.
Usyk doesn't want too lose the mental game with Fury. Hence the comment I think. There's not a cat in hells chance Usyk fights Wilder next. More than likely Fury and Usyk have already got a date in place and he feels the AJ fight would compromise it.
Usyk wins every round and stops him
More of the top fighters facing each other. What’s not to like?
Yeah, yeah, will act the same as with Fury "I want to fight him, but then will go into silence and wait for events that will fail that potential fight"... Otherwise, it'll be an interesting fight and if Usyk survives the right hand of Wilder, he'll outpoint him making him crazy.
Yep because Usyk is a known for ducking! He's a fraud.
I can't say that I am aware of that, but I won't say I am aware of everything. It's just that in this case Usyk is really ducking, otherwise I've nothing bad to say about him, he's a great fighter.
Smart move from Usyk as he needs to monetise the rest of his career the best he can. I'd imagine he will go something like Wilder, Fury, Gassiev with maybe one a farewell fight in Ukraine. His body cannot take much more and he is clearly struggling with accumulative injury.
So the body of a claimed to be one of the greatest can't take more than 20-22 fights while other GOATs had between 40 and more than 100 even, most of which heavyweight, not cruiser? Because Usyk's heavyweight legacy is poor, to be honest.
How is he ducking? Because he said he didn't want to fight in Decmeber? I dont see a problem with that at all.
Fair. Just as it's fair he never said an approximate date when he will be ready. He also kept silent even when Fury called AJ. Waited for AJ to accept and then blamed Fury for ducking him, while also calling the winner of Wilder-Helenius. But he doesn't say when he will be ready to face Fury, as he called him first and then the winner of the other fight. Not to forget he claimed he' interested in fighting only Fury or he retires. That's pathetic. I am disappointed from Usyk even seeing him a great fighter. In addition: AJ accepted Fury's challenge after two consecutive losses, unlike Usyk who's the winner.
How do you know his team didn't give Furys a rough date?
The same way you know.
Exactly, you don't.