Fury shoves Usyk at weigh-in for super-fight


Tyson Fury was back to his old tricks at the weigh-in for the super-fight against Oleksandr Usyk in Saudi Arabia. Both fighters are undefeated world champions, and they’ll be competing for the undisputed heavyweight title with all four belts on the line.

Fury weighed in at his lightest in over four years, coming in at 18st 7lb (262lb), while Usyk weighed a career-high of 16st (224lb), although it was announced incorrectly as 16st 6lb. Fury, known for his antics during fight week events, didn’t look Usyk in the eye at the news conference but had a playful mood at the weigh-in. After dancing his way onto the stage, he leaned his head into Usyk and gave him a push, leading to a scuffle between the two teams.

Fury confidently stated that he’s going to knock Usyk out and that he’s coming for his heart. The British fans, including heavyweight legends like Lennox Lewis, Larry Holmes, Evander Holyfield, and Wladimir Klitschko, were in attendance, adding to the excitement.

Joe Cordina and Anthony Cacace also successfully weighed in for their respective fights. It’s all heating up for the big showdown! Let me know if you have any more questions.

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