Bellew confident he will pass 'ultimate test' against Usyk


In his closing address to the media, Bellew said: "As long as you guys know I was willing to fight anyone, I'm happy with that".

A courageous Bellew tried to get back to his feet as promoter Eddie Hearn watched on worryingly, but the fight was over and Usyk celebrated his stunning victory before taking the time out to check on Bellew's well-being. Believe you, me, a vicious, nasty, awful man turns up.

"He doesn't speak good enough English that I can banter with him, get him going", Bellew added. "I was on me honeymoon and for one reason or another I was stood there, watching Oleksandr beat up Murat Gassiev, on a mobile phone".

Bellew then showered his opponent Usyk with praise and gave him a lot of props. I know he was exhausted and the weight affected him.

However, many in the boxing world are hoping he instead faces the victor of December's World Boxing Council heavyweight title fight between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury in a title unification fight.

He has spoken of an interest in moving up to heavyweight to face Anthony Joshua, Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury, but who is Usyk and how did he get here? Don't boo him, ' demanded Bellew.

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Undisputed world cruiserweight champion Oleksandr Usyk celebrated with the Manchester City squad after their 3-1 derby win over United on Sunday.

The two fighters came to the press conference for the ceremonial staredown and spoke with the press, Boxing News Online wrote. So, I made the promise this time. You'll see. The disgusting man that came into professional boxing turns up on Saturday night.

Both fighters from the first attempt kept within the framework of heavy weight (up to 90,718 kg) is a Moustache showed on the scales 89,811 kg, Bellew - 90,265 kg.

"I'm here now and I'm competing in a fight I never thought would be possible". "It's definitely over, you'll not see me in a ring again".

The best conditioned version of Ward I've ever seen was the June 2015 edition confronted by vehicle mechanic Paul Smith (well, he trained like one anyway) after almost two years away from the ring with myriad outside issues.