Watch Tyson Fury give ‘very important message’ from his BED in first public message since defeating Oleksandr Usyk

TYSON FURY has released an “important” video message following his defeat to Oleksandr Usyk.

The Gypsy King was dethroned by the Ukrainian when they faced glove for glove in the ring on May 18, with Usyk becoming the unified and undisputed heavyweight champion of the world.

Tyson Fury shared an important message for Frank Warren and Queensbury from his bed on InstagramCredit: Instagram @tysonfury
This is the first message he has published on the site since his defeat by split decision against Oleksandr Usyk.Credit: PA

Meanwhile, the split decision inflicted the first defeat of Fury’s professional career.

A rematch has since been confirmed and is scheduled for December 21 this year, but Fury – normally a loud and outgoing personality on social media – has remained silent since the fight.

Only excerpts from the press conference and a poster confirming the winter rematch were published on his Instagram page.

That was until Fury sent a “very important message” to promoter Frank Warren ahead of tonight’s 5v5 Queensberry showdown with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom.

However, always a fan of light-hearted humor, Fury said the message was so important he was doing it from his bed.

As he lay topless, he said, “Hey Tyson Fury, here.

“Very important message and it’s so important I did it from my damn room and my bed.

“Frank, Queensbury, all the boys on our team; do the business, crush Eddie Hearn, Matchroom and all the Matchroom fighters.


Fury was cheering Warren on ahead of his 5v5 event against Eddie HearnCredit: Getty

“Get up there, come on Queensbury and Frank Warren, get up.

“Good luck to all fighters, good luck.”

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The 5v5 showdown features Deontay Wilder’s return to the ring for Matchroom against Zhilei Zhang.

There is a staggering 68.2 pounds difference between them for the fight.

They are both coming off their loss to Joseph Parker in Riyadh, with the Bronze Bomber losing in December while Zhang was beaten in March despite Parker being beaten twice.

Frank Warren-Eddie Hearn 5v5 Full Card

Below you can see the full map of the 5v5 event in Riyadh tonight.

What is the rating system?

A point scoring system was designed to settle the big card.

Similar to FPL Fantasy Football, the team captain will score DOUBLE the points.

Hamzah Sheeraz is the captain of Queensberry, while Deontay Wilder is the skipper of Matchroom.

The point scoring system is as follows:

  • Two points are awarded for a KO victory.
  • One point is awarded for a victory decided on the judges’ scorecards.
  • Team captains score double points.
  • Draws do not earn any points.

What is the prize money?

The promoter of the winning team will receive a $3 million (£2.35 million) prize.

Read how watch it here.

For all the love for a reborn AJ…these two are a head, shoulders, and fists ahead of everyone else.

OLEKSANDR USYK is the deserved undisputed heavyweight champion of the world, writes Wally Downes Jr.

A big gun doesn’t always beat a big little one, not when David carries the weight of a nation under siege on his shoulders and is capable of rocking every countryman with every punch.

Usyk did what Usyk does, he moved beautifully, he counterattacked and he outworked his taller, heavier opponent.

He somehow manages to use every physical disadvantage in his favor.

But what the hell is Fury doing getting up in the ninth round?

Why is a father of eight with £300million in the bank, three best-selling books and a Netflix series going to the well?

Britain is not fighting back against Putin’s army and Morecambe is not occupied.

So, when the 35-year-old’s senses are blurred, when the canvas calls him, when he is so desperate not to let it get him down, he is ready to bounce on all the ropes like a drunk, when he has to finally collapsing into a corner. , why doesn’t he stay in bed?

He has earned the right to surrender himself and his millions.

The courage, courage and bloody-mindedness it takes to walk off that bridge, with a broken nose and a crumbling ego, is not understandable to us mortals.

Fury said he felt he won the fight, but was too dignified to call it theft or corruption. There is no doubt that his father will taint that decency by the time you read this.

The revenge will be superb.

Because for all the love we have for a resurgent Anthony Joshua – who had a front row seat to this iconic event – ​​these two men at polar opposites have heads, shoulders, fists, hearts and brains ahead of everything the world.

There are the first two, then there is emptiness and then there is the rest.

Read the verdict of Wally’s big fight in full here…