Tyson Fury has outlined what he wants in order to secure a historic championship fight with Oleksandr Usyk. The Mancuian watched from holiday in Menorca as the 35-year-old retained his WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO heavyweight titles via split decision against Anthony Joshua in Saudi Arabia.
He has flirted with retirement for most of this year, and even vacated his Ring Magazine title belt last week. The Gypsy King is still in possession of his WBC Heavyweight title however and has now taken to Instagram to outline his demands for a potential bockister unification bout with the Ukrainian.
“The world’s biggest fight has to be for the world’s biggest money,” Fury wrote in an Instagram story. He also took a slight dig at Usyk as the 34-year-old now seems to have his sights set on taking his championship belts. “If I’m to put it all on the line vs some unknown foreigner, boys better get that half-billy [half a billion pounds]. If not, keep the little mug. If it was AJ [Joshua], it [would’ve been] free, but it’s not.” Following his second victory over AJ in eleven months, Usyk expressed his desire to take on his fellow undefeated fighter.