Boxing: Fury vs Usyk live

Boxing: Fury vs Usyk live
Boxing: Fury vs Usyk live

Last minute of Fury vs Usyk live


Today takes place Kingdom Arena in Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) one of the most anticipated fights in boxing in recent years, the one that unifies the four heavyweight belts, something never seen before. The contenders are Tyson Fury (34-0-1; 24 KOs) and Oleksandr Usyk (21-0-0; 14 KOs). The Briton currently holds the World Boxing Council (WBC) title, while The Ukrainian has in his possession the ones he won against Anthony Joshua: that of the World Boxing Association (WBA), World Boxing Organization (WBO) and International Boxing Federation (IBF).

Let us remember that The last undisputed heavyweight champion was Lennox Lewis, back in 1999., after defeating Evander Holyfield in his second fight. At that time there were three titles that were disputed and not four. What may perhaps shock a less regular boxing fan is that Usyk ‘The Cat’ has achieved access to the fight that unifies the division in his sixth heavyweight fight.

But the Ukrainian has not only been an Olympic champion, but achieved the milestone of being undisputed champion in the cruiserweight through the World Boxing Super Series, the same path that Naoya Inoue took at the time, for example. With such merits he entered the premier category and was ranked highest by the organizations after his first fight. Now arrives after knocking out Daniel Dubois in the ninth round in his last fight. The fight had some controversy due to a low blow from the British that made Usyk kneel and the candidate did not see it as such. We must not forget their exhibitions in front of Anthony Joshua. Usyk’s boxing is very attractive, with a lot of mobility and full of traps for his rivals.

His rival, Tyson Fury He also arrives undefeated, but after a poor performance against Francis Ngannou, which even sent him to the canvas. That seems to have put ‘Gypsy King’ on alert, because it is true that This week he looks physically like we haven’t seen him in a long time.. He is much closer to the one who beat Klitschko than the one who beat Wilder. The fight was scheduled for February and had to be postponed due to a tremendous cut that the Englishman suffered on his eyebrow during training. The truth is that this interval has been great for the ‘Gypsy King’ to improve his condition. A great fight awaits us tonight.

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