Wilder backs himself, says Usyk too small for Fury

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Deontay Wilder has backed himself to take on former heavyweight champion as he says Usyk is too small for Fury.

Heavyweight boxer Deontay Wilder has stated that he is back and can take on Ukrainian boxer Oleksandr Usyk and Anthony Joshua.

Usyk won the rematch against Joshua last week as the Ukrainian retain the IBF, WBA and WBO titles.

Wilder who lost to Tyson Fury recently has stated that lack of stamina caused Joshua his belt.

He added that Usyk will be too small for Tyson Fury has he claims the british boxer uses his size in fight.

“They’re going to be as good as they last,” Wilder told EsNews. “Make them happen.”

Wilder of course backs himself against the former champion. He also tips Fury to beat the Ukrainian.

“I think Fury will be too big for him. He just likes to use his size and a lot of other things. I think Usyk’s too small. I think Usyk has a stamina problem as well. If Joshua had enough stamina it would probably be a different result. But that’s my opinion about it,” he explained.

“I’d fight them all,” Wilder added. “I’m back by popular demand.

“The future’s bright. The king is back.”




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