Fury Calls Oleksandr Usyk a ‘Little Sausage’ After Defeating Derek Chisora

Fury Calls Oleksandr Usyk a ‘Little Sausage’ After Defeating Derek Chisora

  • Tyson Fury is determined to fight every heavyweight boxer he can to prove that he is the best
  • Fury defeated Derek Chisora in a heavyweight title bout after the referee stepped in to stop the fight
  • Oleksandr Usyk holds the WBA, WBO and IBF titles and wants a title unification fight with Fury

Tyson Fury doesn't hold back his punches and doesn't mince his words.

The WBC Heavyweight champion defended his title against Derek Chisora and immediately called out his next opponent.

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Tyson Fury wasted no time calling out Oleksandr Usyk after he beat Derek Chisora to retain his WBC Heavyweight title. Image: Mikey Williams
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Fury is expected to fight Ukraine's Oleksandr Usyk in a title unification bout next year. Usyk holds the WBA, WBO and IBF titles and was in attendance for Fury's defence against Chisora.

What did Fury say?

Following the fight, The Gypsy King called Usyk into the ring, hurling insults at the Ukrainian fighter as he got closer, The Telegraph reported.

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"You are next. Me and you sucker, next – you're getting it," Fury first said.

He then called the champion a 15-stone little midget, saying that he had already beaten one Ukrainian (Klitschko) and would do the same to Usyk as well. Usyk entered the ring and stared down Fury, who then called him a little sausage.

Fury will fight anybody

Fury reiterated that he would fight anyone in the heavyweight division in a bid to prove that he was the best. He also turned his attention to Joe Joyce, an undefeated British boxer who is also tipped to fight for the gold.

"If this guy [Usyk] doesn't want to fight, we can meet at Wembley Stadium," he said to Joyce.

Tyson Fury retains WBC heavyweight title after stopping Derek Chisora in the tenth round

Tyson Fury has successfully defended his WBC heavyweight title after stopping Derek Chisora in the tenth round of their bout at the Tottenham stadium in London.

The heavyweight champion dominated Chisora right from start to finish, with referee Victor Loughlin stepping in to wave it off.

Fury was fluid and effective with his punches and defended well despite Chisora offering less to give the champion a tight battle, Sports Brief earlier reported.

Boxing champion Oleksandr Usyk offers to help Anthony Joshua in a blockbuster fight against Tyson Fury

WBA, WBO, IBO and IBF champion Oleksandr Usyk has disclosed that he is ready to assist Anthony Joshua in an all-British heavyweight fight with Tyson Fury.

Usyk defeated Joshua in their rematch by split decision, but Fury offered to fight the former two-time world champion placing his WBC title on the line.

The potential bout between Joshua and Fury is expected to occur in Britain in December, and Usyk has offered to assist AJ in the build-up, Sports Brief reported earlier.

Source: Sports Brief News