Fury And Usyk Are Running Out Of Time To Announce Their Fight

Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk are facing a time crunch as they struggle to officially announce their fight for April 29th, 2023, at Wembley Stadium.

Gareth A. Davies has stated that the deadline for the undisputed heavyweight championship is April 1st, which leaves little time for promotion to ensure the fight is successful in terms of pay-per-view sales and filling the large Wembley Stadium, which accommodates over 90,000 seats.

Despite this being the case, according to Davies, the announcement of the Fury-Usyk fight is expected to be made in the coming week.

The timing of this announcement is to divert some of the focus from Eddie Hearn’s promotion for the fight featuring Anthony Joshua and Jermaine Franklin.

In his comments to IFLTV, Davies said: “Well, apart from Frank Warren Tweeting ‘Big news to follow’ and behind the scenes no news, it means they’ve all gone quiet, lends itself to the fact that they’re finally getting this fight over the line.”

“There’s pictures of SugarHill Steward in Tyson Fury’s training camp. The signs are good. It would be an absolute disaster at this stage if it didn’t go ahead. I’m hearing that April the 1st is the absolute cutoff.”

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