Tyson Fury has two-fight Oleksandr Usyk plan involving Wembley rematch after 'making an example of him' in Middle East | The Sun

Tyson Fury has two-fight Oleksandr Usyk plan involving Wembley rematch after 'making an example of him' in Middle East | The Sun

TYSON FURY plans to face Oleksandr Usyk twice, with a second bout taking place at Wembley.

Fury is ready for his next challenge after besting Derek Chisora in their trilogy fight two weeks ago and is targeting unification clash with Usyk.


The Gypsy King is looking to "make an example" of the Ukrainian with a fight in the Middle East before a rematch in London.

Fury told iFL TV: "There's no man born who can beat me and I'll stand and prove it against anybody, not a problem.

"Where I am in my life at the moment and where I am with my career, I wouldn't want to take him out quite quickly.

"I'd like to get him in there in February, make an example of him and then give him a rematch and do it back at Wembley again.

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"If the Middle East can deliver like they've said they can for the last year or so then they're going to deliver at the end of February and if they don't then we'll do it in England at Wembley.

"I don't think it is a tough fight no. He's nowhere near as tough as old Del Boy [Chisora]. He will not stand up to those punches like Derek did.

"When I watched the fight between him and Derek it was a 50/50 fight, it might have been 55/45 but it wasn't no landslide.

"I've seen people like Usyk many times before, smaller men coming up to fight the heavyweight champion and 99 per cent of the time they get dusted up. I'm right out there on my own."

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A fight between Fury and Usyk is being targeted for a date between February 18 and March 4.

However, the highly anticipated clash between the two heavyweights has hit a snag with the WBA ordering Daniel Dubois as the mandatory challenger for the Ukrainian.

But promoter Frank Warren, who represents both Fury and Dubois, has claimed the latter will step aside to allow the dream match to happen.

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