Tyson Fury has issued a warning about Oleksandr Usyk’s upcoming fight with Anthony Joshua, claiming that the Ukrainian heavyweight can ‘adapt to any fighter’.

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Tyson Fury has issued a warning about the fight between Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua, claiming that the Ukrainian heavyweight can ‘adapt to any fighter’.

OLEKSANDR USYK can “adapt to any fighter” and has already devised a strategy to defeat Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua.

In September, Usyk defeated AJ in a 12-round masterclass to claim the WBA, IBF, and WBO heavyweight titles.

WBC champion Fury then wanted to unify the belts with the Ukrainian in a historic four-belt undisputed decider.

However, Usyk, 34, has agreed to fight Joshua, 32, again, while Fury, 33, has been ordered to fight Dillian Whyte, 33.

Sergey Lapin, Usyk’s manager, insisted that it doesn’t matter who the slick southpaw fights, because he knows how to beat them all.

“As for a potential fight with Fury, Fury has the advantage in size, and he is mobile and fast for a boxer of his size,” Lupin told MyBettingSites.

“However, there is one issue with these massive heavyweights: their condition in 12-round fights.”

“The huge heavyweights of today will not be able to stand the pace that Oleksandr sets in his fight.

It will be very interesting from a technical standpoint.

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“Tyson Fury has an uneasy boxing style, but he will have to exert a lot of effort in order to deliver his series of blows, and this will be his undoing.

“In the end, Oleksandr Usyk doesn’t care about his weight or height advantage in this fight; he adapts to any opponent.”

“World boxing fans will soon see how Alexander Usyk brings order to the heavyweight division.”

After losing to Usyk at Tottenham’s stadium, Joshua’s hopes of facing Fury were dashed.

In an attempt to avenge the loss, AJ is rumoured to be considering a change of scenery to America.

However, Lupin warned that in the rematch, it will be Usyk, the 2012 Olympic gold medalist, who will improve.

The huge heavyweights of today will not be able to stand the pace that Oleksandr sets for the fight.

“I’ve known Oleksandr for over 20 years,” he explained.

I’ve been there and witnessed all of his boxing victories.

“One thing that distinguishes him is how quickly he processes information and adapts to the fighter in front of him.

“Sometimes I think he’s from another planet – he’s that good.”

“Despite having a great deal of experience and fights under his belt, he is constantly improving and getting better on every training day.”

“I’ve seen and experienced what Usyk is truly capable of, and the Usyk in…

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