World Heavyweight Boxing Champion, Briton Tyson Fury, won the third fight against compatriot Derek Chisora. Afterward, he called Ukrainian Oleksandr Usyk a rabbit and challenged him to a duel.
Fury defeated Chisora by TKO in the tenth round on March 3.
The phrase “Where is Alexander Usyk, this rabbit?” can be heard from Fury during the Battle of Annonay.
When Fury approached the ring, Usyk was already present. He listened to Fury’s emotional speech but didn’t respond back to him.
Fury said, “You can laugh now, but I’m done with you.”
Usyk is the defending WBA, WBO, and IBF world champion. He’ll be taking on Anthony Joshua in Saudi Arabia, who is the current IBF heavyweight champion.
Fury accepted the challenge. However, after that, he began to negotiate a fight with other rivals.
Usyk, who is 35 years old, has 20 wins with no losses; while Fury, who is also 35 years of age, has 33 wins and one draw.