Tyson Fury reveals next opponent will be UFC icon as he admits he ‘doesn’t give a s***’ about fighting ‘dosser’ Usyk


TYSON FURY has admitted he does not “give a s***” about fighting Oleksandr Usyk.

The Gypsy King was close to agreeing on a fight with the Ukrainian, which would unify the heavyweight division until talks collapsed back in March.

Fury, 35, has instead revealed that he is simply “looking for the biggest payday”.

The boxer has also claimed that he will “probably” look to fight UFC star Jon Jones as the match can be sold better.

He told the Daily Mail: “Nope, I am not interested in fighting Usyk, he’s a little Ukrainian dosser.


“That’s all he is to me. No interest in unifying the division. It doesn’t mean s*** to me.

“All that stuff about unifying and whatever, it really doesn’t mean anything to me.

“I am looking for the biggest payday. Most of the time, Usyk doesn’t cut it.

“He’s just a foreign person who doesn’t speak good English, so you can’t really sell him.


“I am looking for probably another American. Probably looking to fight Jon Jones in a boxing fight.”


Fury’s next fight will come next month on October 28 as he faces former UFC star Francis Ngannou.

Ngannou is currently being trained by boxing icon Mike Tyson.


Fury admitted he was “sad” to learn about the American joining his opponent.

The undefeated WBC heavyweight champion told Sky Sports: “I think that it’s sad, actually.

“The man that I am named after, a legend, has to go against me and then come out as a loser.

“Having lost to a man who was named after him.

“I think that it’s sad and I think that he should be in my corner, not the opposing corner.

“But business is business and I understand that it’s strictly business.”


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