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I’m ready for Fury rematch, says Usyk

New undisputed heavyweight champion of the world Oleksandr Usyk says he is ready for a rematch against Tyson Fury after the Ukrainian recorded an impressive victory over his British foe in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In in the early hours of Sunday morning.

With this victory, Usyk took Fury’s WBC belt to add to his WBA, WBO and IBF collection.

The 37-year-old remains undefeated and is the first boxer in almost 25 years to stand as the sports only world heavyweight champion.

Speaking after After the fight, Usyk said he was ready to fight Fury, who suffered his first defeat in his 16-year professional boxing career.

“Yeses, of course, I’m ready for a rematch,» he said.

“Tthank you very much to my team. It is a great opportunity for my family, for me, for my country. It is a big moment. It is a good day.»

Also, talk about the payback, Fury co-promoter Frank Warren said:It is what the contract says.It is what he (Fury) wants. It is his call. It is Tyson call. So whatever he wants to do is up to him. The contract clause provides for immediate rematch.”

Fury insists he has unfinished business with Usyk and is already set to return to the ring in October to settle scores with the Ukrainian.

“Yesyeah, that’s for sure,» » said Fury.We come home, rest a little, spend time with our families, and GOOD to recover on in October. Like I said, I think I won the fight, but I am do not go sit here, cry and make excuses. It was a good fight.”