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Tyson Fury issues ultimatum for Oleksandr Usyk fight, purse, how much would they make, latest, updates

Tyson Fury has made it clear to boxing promoters that if they want him to fight Oleksandr Usyk, they will have to raise $850 million by September 1st.

Fury, who retired after his fight with Dillian Wyatt, still holds the WBC heavyweight title and is claiming the biggest purse in boxing history.

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If he and Usyk sign a fight, the winner will become the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis in 1999.

Usyk held his IBF, WBA and WBO belts in Saudi Arabia on Sunday (AEST) in preparation for a potential fight against Fury in a majority decision over Anthony Joshua.

But the 34-year-old says it will take a lot of money to tempt him out of retirement and settle the debate about who is the baddest man on the planet.

“To all these aspirants who want to do the fight, I’m giving you seven days until September 1st to spend the money,” Fury posted on social media.

“If not, thank you very much, it was a blast. I am retired.

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AJ’s sad reality is that the ‘yes-men’ were exposed in wild fury after a seemingly impossible failure.

“All offers must be in writing to my attorney, Robert Davis, with proof of funds. So let the game begin.

according to telegraphNegotiations have begun for a potential war in the Middle East.

If this happens, anger is definitely not a feeling of self-confidence.

Speaking to talkSPORT, the gypsy king labeled Usyk a “tough fighter” and spent 12 rounds to “beat the edge” on Joshua, who says his “legacy has fallen” after a second straight defeat.

“I don’t respect him. [Usyk]”I don’t think he’s a great fighter,” Fury said.

“I think he’s a fighter and I’ll see more excitement at Morecambe on Friday night.

“I didn’t take anything away from it. Disobeying Joshua – that’s what – got the status. And he came looking for it [the] High level. He clearly wanted to, losing three of his five fights. [at] High level.

But I didn’t think Usyk landed a meaningful punch in 12 rounds, tipped. He couldn’t knock the skin off the rice pudding. I think AJ’s legacy is ruined right now. Sly.

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