Oleksandr Usyk seeks advice from legendary Klitschko brothers and warns he is 'coming for Tyson Fury' | The SunDecember 19, 2022
OLEKSANDR USYK has sought advice from the legendary Klitschko brothers as he sent out a warning to Tyson Fury.
The Ukrainian star is in talks to fight Fury next year in what would be the first ever four-belt heavyweight unification.
Wladimir, 46, and Vitali Klitschko, 51, know all about reigning over the blue ribband division, once simultaneously owning all the titles.
So Usyk, 35, has had a word with the pair ahead of his proposed undisputed decider with Fury, 34.
He told Parimatch: "I have been talking to both of them, of course.
"Wladimir supports me with advice about the sport and the techniques and Vitali supports me with advice about life and the sport, of course.
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"I listen to it carefully and I decide what to use. Me and my team determine the strategy.”
Vitali, now the mayor of Kyiv, retired in 2013, a year after his last fight.
Meanwhile, Wladimir walked away in 2017 following his thrilling loss to Anthony Joshua, 33.
It was only two years prior that he was stunned in defeat to Fury, with Vitali in the corner that night.
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So Usyk is ready to enact revenge for his countrymen and finally get one over on the Gypsy King.
He said: "I've been coming for Fury for a long time and we've been watching him since he's fought as an amateur and later a professional.
"Since when I fought at cruiserweight, I've been watching him.
"Fury is hurling insults at me, but I know what to do in the ring. If I pay attention to anybody who's trying to offend me, I will feed my anger.
"Rage doesn't help when fighting, it just worsens the condition. I'm motivated by the opportunity to fight this giant.
"Though there are some people who are not so optimistic in my chances, it has no matter for me. I'm doing my job.
"I choose my way as a samurai does. The way consists of many objectives, but the essence is your way that you have to make."
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