Recently, news surfaced claiming that Tyson Fury is willing to fight the winner of Oleksandr Usyk vs Anthony Joshua.
The WBC has given ‘The Gypsy King’ more time to think about whether or not he is truly retired.
Fury’s wife, Paris, has stated that Tyson would return to the ring only to fight Joshua.
In a recent interview with Vegas Insider, promoter Dmitry Salita has claimed that both Usyk and Joshua wouldn’t beat Fury.
Dmitry Salita Talks Heavyweight Boxing
“Anthony Joshua and Usyk cannot beat Tyson Fury. You never know what’s going to happen in the ring… but based on what I have seen, I don’t think there’s a man alive that can beat Tyson Fury at this point.”
Salita promotes the likes of Claressa Shields, Christina Hammer, Jarrell Miller, Otto Wallin, and Nikolai Potapov.
The promoter also claimed that ‘The Gyspy King’ could still improve under coach SugarHill Steward.
SugarHill and Tyson Fury are like Yin and Yang. Their personalities outside the ring are also similar. Sugar Hill is a wealth of knowledge being around his uncle the great Emanuel Steward.
“As good as Tyson is, with SugarHill in his corner, there’s still room for improvement and his boxing IQ can get even better, which makes him really scary. With all due respect to Usyk and Joshua, very good fighters, maybe even great fighters – they are not as great as Tyson Fury.”
Fury announced his retirement from the sport of boxing following his recent win over Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium.
However, with Usyk and Joshua due to face off in August, it could persuade Tyson to assess his options after the rematch.
An all-British showdown against Joshua could go down as one of the biggest fights in the history of the sport.
Following his recent wars with Deontay Wilder, adding either Usyk or Joshua to his CV could cap off the perfect career for ‘The Gypsy King.’