Tyson Fury Supervisor Reveals Why Oleksandr Usyk Rematch Pushed To December

by Christina S. Brown
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Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk are set to return to the ring to resume their hostilities as soon as extra of their much-anticipated rematch on December 21, and Fury’s supervisor Spencer Brown has revealed why it has been pushed again from the preliminary deliberate date of October.

The historic first battle took lastly occurred earlier this month after quite a lot of ready and an damage to Fury which delayed proceedings.

It was a back-and-forth contest with loads of momentum swings and even a knockdown for Usyk which noticed Fury falling all concerning the ring earlier than being given a standing rely.

Former undisputed cruiserweight king Usyk finally ran out the winner by break up determination, including the WBC title to his WBA, IBF and WBO titles to change into the primary undisputed champion in boxing’s banner division for nearly 25 years, with the final particular person to take action being Lennox Lewis, although he solely held three titles.

A rematch clause was all the time recognized to be included within the authentic combat contract irrespective of who gained and on Wednesday the announcement got here that the combat will happen 4 days previous to Christmas.

Fury’s supervisor Spencer Brown spoke to Boxing Social and revealed why the rematch has been set for the top of the yr.

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