OLEKSANDR USYK is the latest heavyweight to have a laugh with Anthony Joshua’s training regimen.
Decade-long mentor Rob McCracken was AJ’s major September casualty as AJ lost the WBA, IBF and WBO belts to the Ukraine tournament.
And, despite the massive rematch scheduled for June, a replacement head coach has yet to be named.
Tyson Fury had some digging into the demise of 32-year-old iconic Watford and offer to self-train the 2012 Olympic golden boy.
And now Usyk, 35, has made the same sarcastic suggestion before they rerun that will. landed in London or the Middle East.
Behind the glove ask Usyk about Joshua’s confused camp.
The Ukrainian said: “I don’t think or care what he’s doing. I don’t care if he changes trainers or his camp.
“I know I have my team and my coach and I really don’t care how he prepares.
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“In five years time when I have retired, if he still wants a new coach, I can help him form a team.”
Usyk and WBC champion Fury attempted to set up an undisputed showdown last month, by getting AJ and Fury’s mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte to take trades aside.
The talks went to the finals right before Complex plans fall and blame on all directions.
Usyk is keeping his cool on the tough road to four-belt glory but he won’t side with the Gypsy King claiming he turned down their fight.
And he organized his fearless 2018 trip to Moscow to defeat Russia’s hero Murat Gassiev – when the two nations were nearing Crimea – as a sign of his unquestionable bravery. that.
He said: “Fury is lying, I have never shied away from anyone.
“In all my career, I have never yielded to anyone.
“I went to Moscow to fight when the national ties were very tight and I could have had big problems there.
“But I’ve been to Russia, to Moscow, and I’ve shown people that I’m not afraid.”
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