Eddie Hearn says Tyson Fury is not “physically” ready for fight against Oleksandr Usyk on April 29
Via Scott Gilfoid: Eddie Hearn Says He Thinks WBC Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury Simply Doesn’tphysically ready” to take on the talented, technical, fast and maneuverable IBF, WBA & WBO champion Oleksandr Usyk in just six weeks on April 29 at Wembley Stadium in London, UK, as the promoters wish. tell Tyson.
Hearn felt it wasn’t enough time to fuel the undisputed Fury-Usyk heavyweight clash, but rather the short amount of time Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs) had to prepare. “physically” for what will happen. was a much more trying fight than he’s had in his career, especially during his brief stint at the WBC championship.
In addition to Fury’s fight with Deontay Wilder, he also has two permanent tumors in his body. Derek Chisora & Dillian Whyte, and those guys are cruiser-level heavyweights, slow, limited, and easy to beat. They have no speed and maneuverability, and their round IQ is also nowhere to be found.
Tyson Fury is NOT “physically” ready
Fury really slowed down and gained weight when he turned 30, and he not antelope that dazzled Wladimir Klitschko, 39, without a coach, pale in 2015 during the absolute peak of his career in Dusseldorf, Germany.
The 2022-2023 version of Fury is old, mushy, VERY heavy and no longer able to move around the ring due to a combination of age and weight.
“I don’t think you need time to promote it. It was a big enough war, but it’s time to get ready,” said Eddie Hearn, promoter of Matchroom Boxing boxing society about the showdown between Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk that Gyspy King promoters have set for April 29 at Wembley Stadium in London, England.
“Tyson Fury’s physique doesn’t seem ready for six weeks,” Hearn continued, fully understanding why Tyson was late in completing the fight against Usyk.
The author of this article 100% agrees with Mr. Hearn. Fury looks very out of shape, with his midsection filled with stubborn fat that won’t budge in six weeks of training. Damn, Fury will still be out of shape after nine weeks.
“He’s never really made it, and he’s proven people wrong before. So maybe he will fight. I think when you see a tweet like you saw tonight [Oleksander saying the “clock is ticking” for when Fury must agree to the deal], that’s not a good sign, but anything can happen. I hope it gets done,” Heartn of the Fury vs. Usik said.
Hearn has a half-optimistic view of the fight with Fury, but it doesn’t look good.
With all the hurdles Fury has put in front of Team Usyk trying to make this fight, it’s clear that he doesn’t like the fight and quite literally. begged Oleksandr to give up and leave.
“Maybe, but we’ve been there before,” Hearn said when asked if this was the only chance for an undisputed heavyweight champion to emerge in the near future. or not.