Home Sports Tyson Fury RAGES at Oleksandr Usyk after heated final face-off at weigh-ins, vowing to ‘knock that little f****r spark out’ as he loses his head on eve of huge showdown

Tyson Fury RAGES at Oleksandr Usyk after heated final face-off at weigh-ins, vowing to ‘knock that little f****r spark out’ as he loses his head on eve of huge showdown

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Tyson Fury RAGES at Oleksandr Usyk after heated final face-off at weigh-ins, vowing to 'knock that little f****r spark out' as he loses his head on eve of huge showdown

Tyson Fury went on a rampage against Oleksandr Usyk in what was a heated final showdown during weigh-ins for their colossal undisputed heavyweight showdown on Saturday in Saudi Arabia.

The Gypsy King, who has recently been hailed for his incredible body transformation ahead of this fight, weighed 29 pounds (two kilos) more than his opponent, 262 pounds, with Usyk weighing 233.5 pounds, the heaviest weight he has recorded in his career. career.

But tempers flared after both fighters stepped off the scale, and the pair clashed heads on stage. A fight subsequently broke out and Fury appeared to push Usyk away from him, before their respective teams pulled the pair away.

After the fight calmed down, Fury became enraged at a DAZN reporter, yelling: “I’m going for his heart.” Fuck his belts, I’m going for his fucking heart. I’m going to knock him out.

‘Fuck your entire team, fuck everyone! Everyone can get it if they want. Shitty houses!’

A journalist also asked the Gypsy King what he was thinking after the confrontation. He told a DAZN journalist: “I’m ready to rock tonight, I’m going to put out this little spark.”

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Usyk, on the other hand, was much calmer and delivered a final message to Fury before the fight.

Speaking to a reporter, the 36-year-old said: “Don’t be afraid, I won’t leave you alone tomorrow.”

He also revealed the advice his father would have given him before the fight, saying: ‘Son, you can (do it).

‘It’s my plan. “If I’m nervous, I won’t win.”

‘My fans – I love you! See you tomorrow,’ she added.

Usyk had arrived at the arena first and was in excellent spirits as he bounced around dancing his way to the stage.

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The Manchester-born fighter followed next, wearing a pair of navy blue track pants, a hat and no top. He also seemed excited as he punched the air with his hands on his way to the stage.

Fury and Usyk sat at a news conference Thursday in Saudi Arabia, with Fury refusing to confront Usyk, crossing his arms and looking toward the audience inside the arena as the Ukrainian stared at him.

Asked why he didn’t face Usyk, Fury told Sky Sports: “He’s a scary looking guy.”

He added: “I’m just here to relax and wait until I get in the ring on Saturday night.” All the talking is done, all the interviews are done. “I’m really relaxed and focused.”

Usyk said: ‘Let’s make history. Enough.’

Before his weigh-in, Joseph Parker told TNT Sports: “He’s a lot more confident going into this fight and that also comes down to his work and the team he’s had in his camp.” Sparring is the most important part of this fight.

He added: “The advantage for Tyson is his size and reach and I think he has to take advantage of that advantage. I know he has lost a lot of weight, but he is still a big man.”

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Parker added: “However, Usyk is crafty and phenomenal.”

Carl Frampton also gave his verdict on how Fury can use his physical attributes to beat Usyk before his weigh-in.

“There’s a lot more to him, although people just say Tyson Fury is too big and too strong, except for all the other attributes, his height, reach and weight,” he told TNT Sports.

“Tyson Fury is much more than just being a great man.”

Fury has recently been hailed by many for his recent body transformation ahead of Saturday’s fight, with the WBC heavyweight sporting a much slimmer physique.

After months of preparation, Fury appears to have been working very hard in the gym and his strength and conditioning coach, Kristian Blacklock, previously stated before the fight was postponed that Gypsy King is in the “best shape ever.” his life”.

He said: “As a team we had Tyson Fury in the best shape of his life as we quietly worked on, stronger, leaner, but we will be ready when the fight is rearranged.”

His strength and conditioning coach has claimed that Fury is

His strength and conditioning coach has claimed that Fury is “stronger and leaner” now.

Tyson Fury shared his phenomenal body transformation on social media after his undisputed title clash with Oleksandr Usyk was postponed.

The Gypsy King looked considerably thinner than when he fought former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou in October 2023 (above)

Tyson Fury shared his phenomenal body transformation on social media after his undisputed title clash with Oleksandr Usyk was postponed.

Fury has been praised for his training and conditioning regime ahead of his fight.

Fury has been praised for his training and conditioning regime ahead of his fight.

Gypsy King's S&C trainer Kristian Blacklock said Fury was in the best shape of his life ahead of the Usyk fight, stating it was

Meanwhile, Fury, who shared a photo of his slimmed down physique on Instagram, said Usyk would have been in

Gypsy King’s S&C trainer Kristian Blacklock said Fury was in the best shape of his life ahead of the Usyk fight, claiming he was “stronger and more learned” than ever.

Much has been made about Fury’s nutrition and training plan ahead of the fight, with nutritionist Greg Marriott revealing to Men’s Health that the boxer has been consuming 3,000 calories on rest days and between 4,000 and 6,000 calories on rest days. training.

He said the Gypsy King eats up to six meals a day before the fight.

Fury previously shared photos of his strict diet, and the WBC heavyweight posted a photo of a salad, chicken and rice on his social media.

It has also been claimed that Fury added more garlic to his diet in a bid to help him recover from the cut he received above his eye during a sparring session earlier this year.

But there have been some concerns that the British fighter’s weight loss could have a detrimental impact on his punching power.

Marriott gave some insight into Fury’s nutrition over the past six months, telling sky sports on Thursday: ‘We went to Jeddah in November and did a fat loss camp for six weeks, then we got into serious training. I’ve been in camp with him for six months.

Tyson Fury shared a photo of his lunch of chicken, rice and salad with his fans on social media.

Tyson Fury shared a photo of his lunch of chicken, rice and salad with his fans on social media.

‘Listen, he himself is telling me that he will never have a beautiful body. It’s not about that. The body composition that has changed with him… I think people think he will be 17.13 (249 pounds), never.’

“People ask, ‘What’s changed at camp in the last three years?’ To me. I’m not being stubborn, it is. I went in and said, ‘Okay, this is what we’re going to do.’ And it’s nice because he trusted me with everything.

‘Look what he does to Usyk. He will be like a man against a child, I promise you. He is a serious Tyson Fury right now,” Marriott added.

Usyk has also gone through an incredible transformation in recent years. While his opponent seemed to lose weight, the Ukrainian fighter looked to add volume and power.

Usyk has strengthened for his fight with Fury

He had previously been a cruiserweight.

Usyk was previously a cruiserweight before making the step up to the heavyweight division.

The Ukrainian has undergone a huge transformation after becoming a heavyweight boxer

The Ukrainian has undergone a huge transformation after becoming a heavyweight boxer

The 37-year-old had won his first world title at cruiserweight and had only fought six times in the heavyweight division. He was also notably undefeated in 16 fights at cruiserweight.

However, his seamless transformation into the heavyweight division is due, in part, to his stellar training regimen and dedication to the profession.

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