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Breaking News; The following matchup between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk has already been revealed.



Tyson Fury is aware that, whatever of the outcome of their first fight tonight, he will have to face Oleksandr Usyk again.

To become the first heavyweight world champion to go undefeated since Lennox Lewis in 1999, Fury will square off against Usyk. They have scheduled a rematch for October after agreeing to a two-fight pact last year, but they will make their third attempt following postponements in December and February.

Regarding the rematch, Fury said, “Double bubble, innit? For what purpose are we here? Cash. That would be great if I could receive two bubbles for one task. There’s not much else to say. If I can, I’ll remove the double bubble from everything. I removed the Wilder one’s treble bubble!”

On May 18, Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk will square off in a major battle that will see both fighters try to become the first undisputed heavyweight champion since 1999. With the two fighting for the coveted WBC, WBA, WBO, and IBF belts, the stakes could not be greater.

Anthony Joshua, who will be present in the Riyadh arena on Saturday night, is another fighter that Fury is headed straight for. Joshua will make his ring comeback in September, hopefully to defend the IBF world championship against the victor of Daniel Dubois’ summer bout with Filip Hrgovic.

Fury also maintains that Joshua will have to wait until the next year and that there is no possibility he can move up to the head of the line. “There’s not much he can build because we got two-fight deals,” he stated. He must wait till it’s all over before he can build up what he wants to, at which point we may bargain or do anything else.

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