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Tyson Fury will 'win no matter what' against Oleksandr Usyk

Tyson Fury will 'win no matter what' against Oleksandr Usyk

Tyson Fury insists that nothing can stop him from beating Oleksandr Usyk.

The Gypsy King could become the undisputed world heavyweight champion in Saturday's (18.05.24) fight and he insists that his unbeaten record in the ring shows that he will prevail.

Fury told Sky Sports: "Why will I win? Because it's what I do. I win, win, win no matter what.

"What I deliver is victories. Whether it's by an inch or a mile, I deliver every time. Sixteen years as a pro, I've been delivering my whole life. They should call me the midwife because I always deliver."

Fury isn't yet sure how he will defeat Usyk in the ring in Saudi Arabia but is willing to improve to win the bout if necessary.

The WBC world champion said: "I'm sure Sugar[Hill Steward, his trainer] has got an idea for what he wants me to do in the fight. For me, I'll figure it out when I get in there. I've seen many styles before. I've fought orthodox and southpaws, tall, short, fat, thin… I've fought them all.

"So I'll figure it out when I get in there."

The British fighter stated that his "desire" to make boxing history will be enough for him to beat the undefeated Ukrainian.

Fury said: "At the end of the day it comes down to who wants it more on the night and I think I'm that man.

"This is the era of Hector and Achilles. So when there was two top fighting men in that day, the two best were Hector and Achilles. This is it. This is for who's the Hector and who's the Achilles.

"I believe the Achilles is me."

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