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John Fury Expresses Concerns About Son Tyson’s Form Ahead of Oleksandr Usyk Fight

John Fury Sees a "Decline" in Tyson's Performance

John Fury, father of boxer Tyson Fury, has raised concerns about his son's form ahead of his upcoming fight with Oleksandr Usyk. In a recent interview, John Fury stated that he has noticed a decline in Tyson's strength, power, and physical condition in his last three fights. He believes that Tyson needs more time to improve his conditioning and weight before the fight.

John Fury Questions Training Methods

John Fury expressed confusion about the changes he observed in Tyson's physique and demeanor in his last fight against Francis Ngannou. He believes that Tyson lost significant muscle mass and didn't look like himself. John Fury also called out Tyson's trainers, suggesting that they need to address the issue and focus on building Tyson's body strength and power.

Tyson's Tactics Need Adjustment

John Fury criticized the tactics used by Tyson in his fight against Ngannou, stating that they were all wrong. He believes that Tyson should have employed a different strategy, boxing off the back foot and utilizing his agility. John Fury emphasized the need for Tyson to adapt his style to different opponents and not rely on a one-size-fits-all approach.

Concerns About Taking Punches

John Fury expressed concern about Tyson's ability to withstand punches, stating that he is taking more punches now than ever before. He believes that Tyson needs to be smart and prioritize brain over brawn in his upcoming fight against Usyk, who is known for his skill as a heavyweight. John Fury emphasized the importance of avoiding unnecessary shots to protect Tyson's long-term career.

Chisora Shares Doubts

Derek Chisora, who has fought against Tyson Fury in the past, also expressed uncertainty about Tyson's performance against Ngannou. Chisora is unsure how Tyson will fare against Usyk based on his shaky display in his last fight.