Tyson’s Fury He took to social media to say he was “in the best shape of my life” in front of a potential heavyweight reunion fight against Oleksandr Usik.

Since he started training camp only last week, WBC The heavyweight champion may not be ready to fight on April 29, the original proposed date.

On Instagram, Fury firmly stopped those rumors, saying he couldn’t “wait” for the fight.

“I’m ready to rock and roll, I wish it was this weekend,” he said, “I’m a monster!”

Fury and Usyk have been involved in a war of words in recent days as Usyk ‘negotiated’ to fight for the WBC title alongside the WBA, WBO and IBF titles he won after defeating Anthony Joshua in September 2021.

Both are active on social media with video messages ranging from negotiation to simple bullying messages. The latest Usik Responding to Fury’s ‘stupid games’ surrounding a rematch clause. The British had previously referred to such an article as “b******s” and urged the Ukrainian to agree to abolish the article.

Usyk responded to Fury by saying, “The rematch requirement came from your side.”

“Stop whining and bowing, be a man,” he added.

Fury certainly seems confident of his own victory, not just an agreed-upon fight. “I have 70 percent of the undisputed heavyweight championship,” he says later in his video.

After insulting Usyk, he assures the Ukrainian that “cruiser weights have been knocked down” and will be “knocked out”.

After that Bob Arum explained The two had agreed to fight each other back in December of last year, with what appears to be arguably the first heavyweight reunion fight in over two decades at Wembley Stadium on April 29.

Fury defeated both Derek Chisora ​​and Dillian Whyte in 2022, while Usyk’s only fight was in a rematch against Joshua in Saudi Arabia.

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