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Tyson Fury vows to ‘crush’ Oleksandr Usyk but insists next fight will be against ‘who’s available’ with Dillian Whyte in pole position


Tyson Fury has vowed to “crush” Oleksandr Usyk if they ever cross paths.

However, “The Gypsy King” suggested that his next choice of opponent “doesn’t make sense” as he has to choose “who is available”.

Fury has a plethora of options for who to fight for in the future
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Fury defended his WBC heavyweight title in October against Deontay Wilder and appears to be the best heavyweight in the world at the moment.

The chance to prove that point and become the undisputed heavyweight champion will have to wait, however, with Usyk set to defend his WBO, WBA and IBF titles against Anthony Joshua in a rematch scheduled for “March or April”.

The 33-year-old is set to next face Dillian Whyte who, although not mandated as Fury’s next challenger, remains in pole position with the WBC.

However, Fury remains calm and calm about his next move, insisting that he will fight “who is available.”

Tyson Fury vows to ‘crush’ Oleksandr Usyk but insists next fight will be against ‘who’s available’ with Dillian Whyte in pole position
Whyte will he finally get his title?
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“I relax, I enjoy life, I take it one day at a time and I have fun,” Fury said.Air sportswhile attending BOXXER Fight Night at Wembley.

“I’m not really interested, because to be honest it doesn’t really make sense who I want to fight against right now. It’s who is available and what makes sense later.

Neither Fury nor Usyk have experienced defeat in their professional careers, with Wilder seeing his unbeaten run ended viciously by the Briton.

And Usyk has been told to expect similar treatment from Fury, provided he can pass Joshua again in their heavyweight title rematch.

Tyson Fury vows to ‘crush’ Oleksandr Usyk but insists next fight will be against ‘who’s available’ with Dillian Whyte in pole position
WBA, IBF and WBO champion Oleksandr Usyk would be Fury’s first choice, but he is expected to face Joshua
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Fury told IFL TV, “I’m going to take the cruiserweight little guy, show you how to give a little little man a good hiding place.

“I’m going to knock him down. It will look like it was run over by an 18 wheeler just like Deontay Wilder.

“I’m going to back up on him and then knock him down again.” “

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