Tyson Fury: I’d fight Usyk and Joshua on the same night

WBC heavyweight champion is by far the best heavyweight in today’s game and he’ll be the first one to assure you that this is 100% true.

No one can match his size and agility and when it comes to trash talking and backing it up, nobody do it better than him. Probably in the history of the “sweet science”.

Now Fury’s next fight is against WBC mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte, but Tyson says he’d welcome a undisputed fight with Ukraine’s Oleksandr Usyk if his fellow countryman Whyte doesn’t show up.

Usyk, who is the unified heavyweight king, has a rematch with the third household name in the division Anthony Joshua, but as of this moment there’s no info on when and where this rematch will be held.

“I’d fight Usyk seven days a week, 62 times on a Sunday in his backyard. I’d fight Usyk and Joshua on the same night, I don’t value them, they’re bums compared to me,” Fury told IFL TV.

“So as for avoiding somebody, I’ve just fought Deontay Wilder three times. Do you think I’m bothered about a middleweight or some bodybuilder? I’ll annihilate them.

“Just for everybody to know, the only reason this fight fell of bed was because AJ wanted more money last minute and he thought I was going to give him an extra five million. Usyk will get his fight with me not a problem, when he’s beat Joshua again. Then Joshua has no chance in fighting for the undisputed championship, end of.”

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