Oleksandr Usyk will honor rematch clause to face Tyson Fury as soon as extra

This previous weekend, boxing followers witnessed one essentially the most anticipated matchups within the final decade. Oleksandr Usyk beat Tyson Fury in a cut up choice to proclaim himself the first undisputed heavyweight champion.

After making historical past, Usyk already has a protracted line of challengers to the crown and there’s already one boxing match in place to attempt to dethrone the brand new ruler.

Nonetheless, there’s one stipulation that might put that on maintain, as each Oleksandr and Tyson Fury signed a rematch clause that has been rumored it might not occur anytime quickly.

Fury has mentioned that he felt that he received the “majority” of the rounds within the struggle, and after the tip consequence approaching a cut up choice, the rematch has been a subject of dialog because the boxing encounter ended.

Alex Krassyuk, Usyk’s promoter, mentioned he and his boxer intend to honor that rematch clause, by making it public on an interview. “We’re males of our phrases. It is not about paperwork – if we shake palms and promise one thing, we do it. I see no motive for the rematch to not happen,” Krassyuk mentioned.

When will the rematch occur?

In accordance with studies and to the stipulations had been earlier than the primary match, many believed a second match may go down as quickly as later this yr and from the members of Fury’s camp are saying, all of it factors to October.

Just a few boxers have already raised their hand to be subsequent in line if the rematch does occur later in 2024 however must wait till early 2025 to face whoever finally ends up with all of the titles.

Joseph Parker and Agit Kabayel could possibly be the primary two to begin speaking about going through the present undisputed champions if an official announcement on the rematch between Usyk and Fury takes a while.

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