Oleksandr Usyk Offers Anthony Joshua help: If He Needs My Help, I'll Go To His Camp

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Oleksandr Usyk Offers Anthony Joshua help: If He Needs My Help, I'll Go To His Camp

The great Oleksandr Usyk recently defeated Anthony Joshua for the second time to defend the belts he took from him last year. Although Joshua appeared better this time, it was still not enough to technically and tactically outwit the almost flawless Ukrainian.

After the second match, Joshua experienced a real emotional breakdown and took the microphone and started talking about his life, saying that Usyk is not strong, that he doesn't understand how that guy beat him and the like, but Usyk doesn't seem to hold anything against him.

Rather, he offered him help if he wanted to return to fighting. "If he needs my help, I will go to his camp and help him. He is not 40 years old, he is 33, so he should keep working – Anthony, don't stop,” Usyk told Sky Sports.

"I understand that he wanted to win against me, but Anthony can't give up. He must go forward”. Usyk defended the IBF, IBO, WBA and WBO heavyweight titles that evening after twelve rounds of excellent boxing.

After the match itself, as we mentioned, Joshua stole the microphone and many said that he stole Usyk's moment. Oleksandr also touched on that: "It's wrong to think that he had stolen my moment," said Usyk.

"He said what he wanted. Thank God the victory was mine. Anthony cannot be judged by what he did – he is a top-level athlete and a good person. He made a mistake. I'm sure he did it with no anger. He was disappointed with his defeat and he was sad”.

' Usyk concluded.

Fury proposed 60/40 money split to Joshua

“I’ve been bombarded with messages asking how much I’m going to pay AJ,” Fury announced. “Everyone says 80:20, 70:30, 75:25. The answer is really 60:40.

40% of this amazing fight because I want such a match to happen. He has no excuses not to accept. He cannot say that I give him a little and I have offered him 20-30%. I offer him 40%. He either takes them or gives up. Let’s find out," Fury revealed yesterday via social networks, more precisely via Instagram "stories"