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Fury, Usyk Clash For Undisputed World Heavyweight Title

British professional boxer, Tyson Fury is ready to face Ukrainian professional boxer, Oleksandr Usyk on Saturday, 18 May 2024, in Saudi Arabia as he bids to be crowned the first undisputed heavyweight champion in 24 years if he wins the bout.

The epic showdown tagged: Ring of Fire is set to take place between two of the world’s greatest boxers, will have Fury’s WBC title and Usyk’s WBA, WBO and IBF belts on the line in Riyadh, including each man’s unbeaten record.

Going memory lane, there has not been a fight for all the division’s major gold, tot since Lennox Lewis beat Evander Holyfield in 1999, and one year after that bout, Lewis lost his undisputed status.

In October, 35-year-old Fury escaped defeat after he was knockdown by ex-UFC champion Francis Ngannou to win a hotly-disputed decision against the Cameroonian

While 36-year-old Usyk, last boxed in August, fighting through a controversial low blow to stop Daniel Dubois.

Southpaw Usyk is an Olympic gold medalist and previously reigned as the first (and so far only) undisputed cruiserweight champion of the four-belt era.

Tonight, he will be slugging it out with Fury to repeat such achievement at heavyweight.

Fury, is out to win back the unified titles that he once took from Wladimir Klitschko.


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