Oleksandr Usyk Continuously Taunts Tyson Fury Prior To Their Heavyweight Fight

Tyson Fury fires back

It definitely looks like the Ukrainian boxer Oleksandr Usyk is trying to get into Tyson Fury’s head instantly. The 36-year-olf has once again taunted Fury about his belly in recent weeks.

Usyk is trying to maximize the use of social media and urging his opponent to return online.

On Tuesday, the Ukrainian shared a video on social media, where he taunted Fury because he always considered him too small to compete with an elite heavyweight boxer in the ring.

“Hey, belly, I’m coming for you,” Usyk said while running in a pool, mocking Fury’s physique by tapping his tummy.

On the other hand, the WBC heavyweight champion has remained calm. However, he couldn’t resist sharing the “belly” remark ringside while watching Artur Beterbiev versus. Anthony Yarde.

“There’s been nothing from me, I’m not even on social media. He keeps calling me the belly. I’ve got to say, belly’s gonna to get ya.” Fury exclaimed while speaking to Gareth A. Davies.

“Remember the advert belly’s gonna to get ya, belly’s gonna to get ya?”

“I am the belly, and big bellies eat rabbits. That’s what I’m going to do, eat him up. Let’s get the fight on first. There’s no good talking smack when the fight isn’t even happening yet”

“When the fight gets done, and we get it all one with a date and venue, then it’s on. Then we can see if the big belly is going to eat the rabbit.”

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