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Froch believes in the strength of Usyk
Former world super middleweight champion, Boxing Hall of Famer has warned Tyson Fury.
Carl Froch believes that the fight with Oleksandr Usyk will not be a cakewalk for Tyson Fury. The former world super middleweight champion, a member of the Boxing Hall of Fame, warned his compatriot against hatred moods.
According to the legendary boxer, Anthony Joshua paid for this, who was also considered the favorite in the fight with the Ukrainian.
“Joshua took the fight and Usyk bested him to become the unified champion. It was just an amazing performance and few people thought he could win with such ease.
Usyk was a first-class boxer, he’s a great fighter and I don’t think we’ve seen his best in heavyweight.
Usyk is really confident that he can fight Fury. This fight will be closer than most boxing experts think. All the pressure is on Fury,” Froch said on his YouTube channel Froch on Fighting.
In addition, a member of the Boxing Hall of Fame believes that the WBC champion was overly carried away in his insults to Oleksandr Usyk, which is why he set fans against him.
“The problem with Fury right now is that he may have put some pressure on himself, as he turned the fans against him. All the shenanigans and insults of Usyk during the preparation – I think that was doubtful.
Why do you talk about gaps in a man’s teeth and call him ugly? No need to get personal, I think it’s below the belt and I don’t like it.
I will be interested to see who is greeted and who is booed this evening. We know fans can be fickle!
Fans can be very angry and Tyson Fury got a little carried away,” Froch said.
Recall that the fight Oleksandr Usyk Tyson Fury should take place on April 29 in London, at Wembley Stadium.
At the same time, the promoter of the Ukrainian boxer expressed doubts that the fight for the title of absolute world champion would take place on that date.
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