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Usyk’s promoter sets Tyson Fury fast-approaching deadline for undisputed bout and says injured Brit is ‘safe and sound’

, Usyk’s promoter sets Tyson Fury fast-approaching deadline for undisputed bout and says injured Brit is ‘safe and sound’

TYSON FURY has been set a March deadline for his undisputed heavyweight title fight with Oleksandr Usyk.

Talks for The Gypsy King to face the undefeated Ukrainian early next year are currently ongoing but have yet to bear fruit.

Tyson Fury is currently in negotiations to face Oleksandr Usyk next year

Talks, however, have so far failed to bear fruit

, Usyk’s promoter sets Tyson Fury fast-approaching deadline for undisputed bout and says injured Brit is ‘safe and sound’
Usyk’s promoter Alexander Krassyuk has set a March 4 deadline for the fight

The historic bout is currently in the works for late February, but Team Usyk insist they’ll move on to a different fight if the bout doesn’t take place before March 4.

Promoter Alexander Krassyuk said: “This fight happens till [the] 4th of March or it never happens.”

He added: “Both parties [have] agreed to fight.

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“Should happen before March 4th. Location: Any place in the universe.”

WBC heavyweight king Fury, 34, suggested the mouth-watering showdown could be delayed due to a linger elbow injury.

But Team Usyk are adamant the fight can go ahead as currently planned as the Wythenshawe warrior is “safe and sound.”

Like Usyk’s rematch with Anthony Joshua, the lucrative showdown is expected to land in the Middle East.

But there’s an outside chance it could take place in the UK as a site deal has yet to be finalised.


Krassyuk said: “If Saudi want to grab it, they have to be faster.

“Otherwise it will land elsewhere (I.E Emirates, Qatar or UK).”

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Despite being at a massive size disadvantage, former undisputed king Usyk ran rings around AJ in their back-to-back fights.

And Krassuyk is confident the slick southpaw will do the same thing to man mountain Fury, saying: “Usyk never loses to Fury.”

Fury, however, is adamant he’ll wipe the floor with the former undisputed cruiserweight champ, who he’s repeatedly branded a “blown-up middleweight.”

, Usyk’s promoter sets Tyson Fury fast-approaching deadline for undisputed bout and says injured Brit is ‘safe and sound’
Fury insists Usyk will be easier to beat than old rival Derek Chisora

He told iFL TV: “I don’t think it is a tough fight: “I don’t think it’s nowhere near as tough as old Del Boy [Derek Chisora].

“He will not stand up to those punches that Derek did against me.

“When I watch the fight between him and Derek, whether people want to admit it or not, it was a 50/50 fight.

“It might have been 55/45, but it wasn’t a landslide.

“It wasn’t like he didn’t win a round, like he didn’t against me.”

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the average time it takes to become a professional fighter?

Professional boxing takes hard work and dedication. You will need to train at least 10 hours per semaine if you want to be a professional boxer.

What’s the difference between a left cross and a left hook?

A left hook is thrown to the side of your body, while a right-cross is thrown to the front.

The opponent is facing the back of the left hook. The elbow is bent 90°. The wrist is turned 45° toward opponent.

The opponent is facing the palm and the elbow straight. A right cross is made. The opponent is 45 degrees from your wrist.

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What are the 7 punches of boxing?

The seven punches used in boxing include the jab (cross), hook, uppercut; straight right; left hook; and body shot. These punches will be used to attack the opponent’s head, body and legs.

How many punches can one human take?

A punch is “a blow delivered from the fist”. A punch can only be taken once per person. If someone punches you in the face you are being punched. You can’t hit him/her in the back. It would be impossible to hit him/her back with two punches.

What is Boxing, exactly?

Boxing involves two people trying to knock each others out with punches in the face and head. Boxing is a sport where you aim to knock out your opponent as hard and as painlessly as possible. In order for this to happen, both boxers must be able to throw punches at high speed. They must also have good hand-eye coordination.

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What can I do to practice my boxing defense?

Boxing has been around since the dawn of time. Boxing is one of the most difficult sports you can play. You cannot just punch someone in his face and then knock him out. You need to know how you can defend yourself against punches or kicks.

Find a local boxing gym. Once you have found a suitable place to train you’ll need some gloves or headgear. Gloves protect your hands while the headgear protects your head. Also, you will need to wear shorts with a T-shirt.

Once you have everything you need, you will need to warm up. Start slowly and work your way up gradually to full speed. If you feel ready, get on the bag and start sparring with another boxer. Don’t fret if you don’t succeed. You can always try again until it is perfect.

Is it possible to train boxing with out fighting?

Boxing can only be learned if you are willing to fight. You have to work hard to become a better boxer. But if you do, you’ll find that you can improve your boxing technique, speed, endurance, strength, and stamina.

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Watching good boxers fight is the first step to improving your boxing technique. You should observe how they move, throw punches and defend themselves. You can then try to imitate them.

Next, you need to spar with another boxer. This is where your ability to improve your boxing technique will be revealed. When you spar, you’ll also notice how fast you can punch, how strong your punches feel, and how well you block incoming punches.

Finally, you’ll need to practice your boxing skills by doing drills. Practice makes perfect, so be patient and persistent.


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Learning boxing will help you improve your self-confidence and physical fitness. Boxing is one of the most popular sports in the world. It requires strength, speed, agility, stamina, coordination, balance, power and accuracy.

Boxing is an excellent way to lose weight and feel great about yourself. You’ll find that you enjoy the activity so much that you’ll want to keep doing it.

There are many boxing training options. Some require you to train at home while others are done in gyms or health clubs. Online courses are available that you can access anywhere in the world.

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It is important to find a program that suits your needs and your lifestyle. The best programs will include exercises that help build muscle mass and flexibility, improve cardiovascular endurance, enhance well-being, as well as increase overall wellbeing.

You should also consider whether you prefer a beginner’s course or a more advanced one. Basic techniques and drills are taught in beginner’s programs. These include shadowboxing and sparring, mittwork, and punching combinations. Advanced programs offer more variety and more complex movements.

Beginners’ programs generally last around eight weeks and cost less than $100. They don’t offer any advice on nutrition, weight loss or injury prevention.

Advanced programs last approximately six months and typically cost $300. These programs include nutrition advice and stretching routines. Some programs include resistance training such as lifting weights and aerobic conditioning such as running.

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