Tony Bellew Doesn’t Like Possibility Of Tyson Fury-Mahmoud Charr Fight

Former cruiserweight champion Tony Bellew has lambasted WBC king Tyson Fury for attempting to schedule his WBC championship defense against Mahmoud Charr.

Charr, who is ranked 19 by the WBC, has been offered to take on The Gypsy King on December 3.

This hasn’t sat well with Bellew, who called Fury out right away for ditching a fight with Anthony Joshua and going for Charr instead.

The fight was called off with AJ and Eddie Hearn after they apparently did not finalize the contract before Fury’s self-imposed deadline that he made public on his social media accounts.

“Any man who negotiates over social media is crazy,” the former cruiserweight king said. “You don’t negotiate mega, huge fights on two weeks’ notice. It just doesn’t happen. It’s insane to think it’s possible.”

Bellew doubted that Fury’s behavior showed that he never intended to scrap with AJ.
“Are you surprised about [Fury-Joshua] not going down well?” Bellew added.

“Supposedly the lineal heavyweight champion of the world facing a guy who’s not even in the top 20. If AJ comes out and says he’s fighting Manuel Charr next coming off the back of two losses, would you be happy?” he questioned.

“Why is the lineal heavyweight champion who’s defeated Deontay Wilder in three fights back-to-back, we all know the first fight wasn’t a draw, why is he being allowed to face Manuel Charr? You tell me. It’s one rule for one, one rule for the other.”

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