There is very little time left before the long-awaited fight for the title of the first, since 1999, absolute world heavyweight champion between Alexander Usik and Tyson “The Gypsy King” Fury – the fight is scheduled for February 17 in the capital of Saudi Arabia, Riyadh.
On the fact that in Usik’s opinion, Fury’s level of training is not at all as important as it seems to those around him, but the Ukrainian still concentrated on a certain important goal, writes NBN, referring to the material from the profile portal The Ring.
According to Usik, he doesn’t get hung up on thoughts about fight with Tyson Fury, and doesn’t even watch how the Brit acts or what he does. Despite the fact that the dominant part of the “Gypsy King’s” rivals believed in his strength, the Ukrainian does not believe in such things, since he focuses on his own well-being, and is intensively preparing for “entering the ring.”
The Ukrainian champion emphasized:
He may underestimate me. He may overestimate me. I don't care. He [Fury] has his own plans. I have advantages over him that he doesn't know about.
We've previously written about how Fury overestimated his potential by disparaging his preparation for a fight with ;Mustache.