Tyson Fury has told Oleksandr Usyk to get his chequebook out if he wants an undisputed clash.
Usyk retained the WBA Super, IBO, IBF and WBO world heavyweight titles at the Jeddah Superdome in Saudi Arabia.
The Ukrainian beat Anthony Joshua in a split decision as the pair did battle in a rematch after ‘AJ’ was dethroned 11 months ago in London.
But fresh from the second win against Joshua, which came via margins of 116-112, 115-113 and 113-115, Usyk, who is now 20-0 with 13 quick, called out ‘The Gypsy King’ for a clash for all the belts.
And Fury, the WBC champion who said just last week that he was calling it quits in the sport and recently relinquished the Ring Magazine belt that Usyk won with his return victory over Joshua, was quick to respond to the 35-year-old.
In a video he posted on social media, Fury stated:
“I’ll be honest, guys, after watching that, both of them were s****.
“It was one of the worst heavyweight title fights I have ever seen; it was bulls***.”
THE GYPSY KING IS HERE TO STAY!!!@WBCBoxing @frankwarren_tv pic.twitter.com/DaDCfbQvPI
— TYSON FURY (@Tyson_Fury) August 20, 2022
Fury was last seen at Wembley Stadium back in April when he stopped number one contender Dillian Whyte inside six rounds to retain his title.
A fight between Fury and Usyk could earn both men up to £100million each and would likely return to the Middle East. Sports Minister HRH Prince Abdulaziz bin Turki Al Saud has already confirmed Saudi Arabia’s interest in hosting the historic bout.
Fury (32-0-1, 23 KOs) added:
“I would annihilate both of them on the same night… f***ing s****. Get your f***ing chequebook out because the Gypsy King is here to stay forever.”