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Tyson Fury ‘would rather’ fight Oleksandr Usyk over Dillian Whyte, reveals promoter Bob Arum

Tyson Fury “ would rather ” fight Oleksandr Usyk over Dillian Whyte, reveals promoter Bob Arum … giving the Body Snatcher another hit after the WBC refused to name him as the mandatory challenger to the Gypsy King

  • Arum Says Tyson Fury Would Rather Face Oleksandr Usyk Than Dillian Whyte
  • The Bodysnatcher has been calling for a shot at the WBC championship from Fury
  • However, the WBC has refused to name Whyte as Fury’s mandatory challenger.
  • Therefore, the Gypsy King has the option of planning an interim fight in the New Year.
  • American promoter Arum says Fury would rather fight Ukrainian


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Promoter Bob Arum says Tyson Fury would rather face Oleksandr Usyk than Dillian Whyte in an undisputed decider for the heavyweight title.

Fury was expected to receive confirmation of his next WBC title fight on Tuesday night after the annual meeting between the IBF, WBA and WBO presidents.

However, the WBC decided not to order a mandatory fight for the WBC heavyweight title, giving the Gypsy King the option to plan. an interim fight in the New Years.

Promoter Bob Arum Says Tyson Fury Would Rather Face Oleksandr Usyk Than Dillian Whyte

Promoter Bob Arum Says Tyson Fury Would Rather Face Oleksandr Usyk Than Dillian Whyte

Whyte and his promoter Eddie Hearn were confident that Fury would have had to accept him as the next challenger for his heavyweight world title after Tuesday’s discussion.

However, the organization refused to make that decision at its annual convention in Mexico City. meaning Whyte will have to wait longer for a fight to be called.

American promoter Arum explained why Fury’s mandatory challenger was not named. He said Sky sports: ‘Whyte’s people had started arbitration proceedings against the WBC. The WBC said they would not award Whyte a mandatory position while arbitration is pending.

Fury was expected to receive confirmation of his next WBC title fight on Tuesday night after the annual meeting between the IBF, WBA and WBO presidents.

Fury was expected to receive confirmation of his upcoming WBC title fight on Tuesday night after the annual meeting between the IBF, WBA and WBO presidents.

Fury was expected to receive confirmation of his upcoming WBC title fight on Tuesday night after the annual meeting between the IBF, WBA and WBO presidents.

However, the WBC decided not to order a mandatory fight for the WBC heavyweight title, due to the ongoing legal battle with Whyte.

However, the WBC decided not to order a mandatory fight for the WBC heavyweight title, due to the ongoing legal battle with Whyte.

However, the WBC decided not to order a mandatory fight for the WBC heavyweight title, due to the ongoing legal battle with Whyte.

That was appropriate. Fury may end up fighting Whyte, we’ll see.

Whyte is an excellent fighter. When the time comes, and it will come soon, for Tyson to discover his next opponent, Whyte should be at the top of the list. ‘

The ‘Body Snatcher’ took action against the sanctioning body seeking his title shot, but very few details about the case have been released.

Following Fury’s victory over Deontay Wilder in their trilogy fight on October 9, the WBC said they would give him 30 days to try to agree to an undisputed title fight with Oleksandr Usyk, or he would have to face the ‘interim belt holder. ‘. – Whyte.

However, Anthony Joshua activated the clause in his contract to force a rematch with Usyk, who beat him at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in September.

Therefore, it was assumed that the WBC would have ordered a fight between Fury and Whyte at the Mexico City convention.

The 'Body Snatcher' took action against the sanctioning body seeking his title shot, but very few details about the case have been released.

The 'Body Snatcher' took action against the sanctioning body seeking his title shot, but very few details about the case have been released.

The ‘Body Snatcher’ took action against the sanctioning body seeking his title shot, but very few details about the case have been released.

However, the sanctioning body revealed that they would not be able to do so given the ongoing legal battle with Whyte.

Arum also added that Fury would push for a fight with Usyk if Joshua “stepped aside” and refrained from facing the Ukrainian again.

“The alternative is that if Joshua decides not to have his rematch against Usyk and decides to step aside, the fight we would like to do is between Usyk and Fury,” Arum said.

‘That is a fight to unify the titles once and for all.

Then Joshua can fight the winner of the undisputed fight. Whyte can line up and fight the ultimate winner. That’s what Tyson would like. And I represent Tyson. That is your preference.

‘If they want to fight each other, what do I think they do? I would facilitate it.

Arum haas said he would be looking forward to seeing Fury and Joshua face off in the future.

Arum haas said he would be looking forward to seeing Fury and Joshua face off in the future.

Arum haas said he would be looking forward to seeing Fury and Joshua face off in the future.

Joshua suffered a surprising unanimous points loss to Usyk, losing his WBA (Super), IBF, WBO and IBO to the Ukrainian. It was also Joshua’s second loss in four in-ring matches.

However, Arum haas said that he would be looking forward to seeing Fury and Joshua face off in the future.

He said: ‘If Joshua decides he wants the rematch right away, which I think would be a mistake because there is no way he will win unless he gets new coaches and figures out how to fight a southpaw, then he has the absolute right. to do so and no one will interfere with that contract.

‘If he decides, which I think he should, go into another fight? Usyk can fight Fury for all the belts, Joshua can fight the winner.

I think that’s the way it should go. If you do, everyone will be pleased.

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