Oleksandr Usyk gives Tony Bellew a chilling warning after his eyes

The Ukrainian assassin who brings all cruiserweight titles of the world to Manchester on Saturday morning has taken a chilling decision against Tony Bellew.

Oleksandr Usyk, when asked what he had seen stare-down in the eyes of his challenger Liverpool in the ritual pre-fight, said: "I did not look into his eyes. I looked at the place between them. & # 39;

Why was that? & # 39; I am a sniper, & # 39; he replied. & # 39; That point is the target of my bullet. Afraid. & # 39; No wonder Bellew him & # 39; the monster & # 39; calls.

Oleksandr Usyk (left) said that on Thursday he looked at the spot between Tony Bellew's eyes

Oleksandr Usyk (left) said that on Thursday he looked at the spot between Tony Bellew's eyes

The undefeated Ukrainian has prepared for the fight with a spartan training camp

The undefeated Ukrainian has prepared for the fight with a spartan training camp

The undefeated Ukrainian has prepared for the fight with a spartan training camp

Usyk, one of the top five pound-for-pound boxers on the planet after only 15 professional fights, has prepared in slot-like conditions for the Bellew war is threatening.

He has come out of the icy cold of a remote mountain training camp outside of Kiev, so spartan that he slept on a straw bed and says: "I had all the comfort I need. Gym with equipment, boxing gloves, bags to hit, pads to hit, men to hit. & # 39;

Although he will carry in the ring all WBC, WBA, IBF, WBO and Ring magazine bullets for the first fight for an undisputed world title in a British ring, he says: & # 39; The Olympics are still my greatest achievement … have a lot of belts, but there is only one Olympic gold. & # 39;

The champion puts his belt on the line on Saturday against the Bomber & # 39;

The champion puts his belt on the line on Saturday against the Bomber & # 39;

The champion puts his belt on the line on Saturday against the Bomber & # 39;

That is in the Eastern European ethos of learning ring-craft in the amateurs, where he was also a leading world champion.

Bellew has surrendered his usual ticket sale of rubbish dump to Usyk as a brilliant, fantastic, amazing, spectacular boxer who I know is better educated than I am – even though I still believe that I will end my career by taking its place as the undisputed. & # 39;

Would that be a trick to make the champion complacent?

"Tony likes to talk, but now that I'm listening to him, I think I have it in his head," says the undefeated Usyk.

Usyk, sitting next to Bellew's supervisor Eddie Hearn, thinks he's in the head of his opponent

Usyk, sitting next to Bellew's supervisor Eddie Hearn, thinks he's in the head of his opponent

Usyk, sitting next to Bellew's supervisor Eddie Hearn, thinks he's in the head of his opponent

& # 39; He can not crawl into my head. Nobody except me comes in my head. & # 39;

Each says that the other is the most dangerous opponent they are dealing with, Bellew calls this & # 39; my last and ultimate test.

He adds: "Although I can not skip Usyk, I can place his lights in the blink of an eye at the height of a war."

What Usyk says: War? I will do what I always do. My boxing. & # 39;

Usyk v Bellew will be broadcast live on Sky Sports Box Office this Saturday night.

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