Oleksandr Usyk confirms his next opponent is Daniel Dubois

"I will go to Great Britain, I really like going there"

by Sead Dedovic
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Oleksandr Usyk confirms his next opponent is Daniel Dubois

Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk were supposed to face off in a match that many had hoped would happen. However, the event collapsed, and the fans were ultimately left disappointed after everything. Usyk was unable to meet the demands made by Tyson Fury.

The next challenge for these two fighters is something that many people are wondering about. It has been confirmed by Oleksandr Usyk that he will fight Daniel Dubois in Britain in the near future. In addition to having a great deal of respect for Britain, he has many fond memories of it as well.

"It will probably be Daniel Dubois at the end of the summer. I will go to Great Britain, I really like going there. My first big achievements happened in Britain, followed by Anthony Joshua (the first match was held in London).

I like the place, the fans and the people there,'' Usyk said.

Oleksandr Usyk and Tyson Fury

There was no willingness on the part of the Ukrainian to meet Fury's demands. Tyson obviously wanted to take most of everything, however, Usyk did not want to be naive, so he refused such an option.

Finally, Usyk highlighted the fact that Fury is trying to copy Muhammad Ali in his approach to the sport. "I saw that nothing was happening, that he was simply trying to trick us, and I decided to say: 'That's all, greetings.'

He (Fury) used to say: '70-30 (distribution of royalties), I'm the king, all this is thanks to me' I didn't react to it, I realize this is a mental game. The king is the king, and the king does not have to tell everyone that he is the king.'

' Usyk said, and about Fury, he added: "He is trying hard to copy the great Muhammad Ali, but the copy is very bad."

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