Tyson Fury unleashed a shocking tirade, filled with profanity, directed towards Oleksandr Usyk after their highly anticipated undisputed heavyweight title fight fell through.
The two champions had been engaged in negotiations for months to stage a historic four-belt showdown at Wembley Stadium on April 29th. But it fell through with both camps blaming the other.
Fury used social media to tell his rival – and the world – what he thought of him
‼️ Tyson Fury ripping into Oleksandr Usyk today after their fight collapsed: "Always know p***y that you were never man enough to tangle with the Gypsy King. You s***house little coward."— Michael Benson (@MichaelBensonn) March 23, 2023
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An angry Fury on Instagram: “Usyk, you little s***house. You proper little s***bag, bogeyed, gappy-teethed, ugly, little rat b******.
“You little slimy f*****, tried all week to get out of it, begging for a rematch like a little girl. You got your rematch and then didn’t even want to fight with that, you little s***house p***y.
“Always know, p***y, that you were never man enough to tangle with ‘The Gypsy King’ ever in your life, you little s***house. You little 14-stone coward.
“You little s***bag, ya rat little b*****, and your full team know it as well. All the lawyers have got full information you little ugly b******.
“Keep running, fight [Daniel] Dubois at the Copperbox now s***bag, and always know that you or anyone else like you could never tangle with ‘The Gypsy King’ you s***house little coward.”
The WBA is anticipated to mandate that Usyk takes on mandatory challenger Dubois, given that Usyk presently holds the 'Regular' version of the heavyweight title.
As for Fury's next opponent, although it remains uncertain, he has been vocally considering a crossover fight with ex-UFC heavyweight champ Francis Ngannou over the past year. Ngannou, who is currently a free agent, aims to make his boxing debut in 2023 after exiting the UFC earlier this year, and has set his sights on bouts against Fury, Anthony Joshua, and Deontay Wilder.
In addition to Ngannou, former unified heavyweight champion Andy Ruiz has also expressed his interest in fighting Fury, so there will be no shortage of fighters eager to step in for Usyk.