Tyson Fury is in for an enormous payday when he fights Oleksandr Usyk for the undisputed heavyweight world titles.
The pair have signed contracts to battle in Saudi Arabia on both December 23 or in January subsequent 12 months.
There’s additionally reportedly a rematch clause in place irrespective of the results of the battle, so boxing followers might be handled to 2 bouts between Fury and Usyk.
For such a large battle, that would see the primary undisputed heavyweight champion topped within the 4 belt period, it can undoubtedly have an enormous purse.
And promoter Bob Arum has revealed that Fury will probably be anticipating greater than $100 million for the battle.
“When you informed Tyson Fury he is set to make $100 million, he’d actually get pissed off,” Arum stated.
“As a result of he thinks – and I feel he is proper – that he is gonna make much more than that.”
This comes as studies counsel Fury may earn as a lot as $200 million for this battle, which might comfortably be a profession finest payday.
And so, it’s no shock that Fury could be very a lot trying ahead to the battle, as he posted on Instagram after the announcement, saying: “I do what I say. I say what I do. UNDISPUTED. That is the Gypsy King period.
“You may’t run rabbit run anymore. Usyk – you’re getting it.”
Earlier than that, nevertheless, Fury should get previous former UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou in a boxing battle, as the 2 males will battle it out on October 28 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
- Tyson Fury can be ‘p***ed off’ if he earned $100m for Oleksandr Usyk conflict, as he’s anticipated to earn ‘much more’ says Bob Arum
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