DEONTAY WILDER has predicted the winner of Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk.
And he has also revealed how Anthony Joshua could have WON his rematch against the Ukrainian on Saturday.
Heavyweight boxing fans are braced for an epic unification announcement after Usyk defended his belts against AJ in Saudi Arabia.
The man known as “The Cat” put in another dominant performance as he beat Joshua on a controversial split decision.
And Usyk now has his sights set on WBC champion Fury – who will come out of retirement for another bout for the right price.
A highly-anticipated fight is now being touted for December.
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But one man who feels it will not be a close affair is Wilder.
The American fought Fury three times, drawing the first battle before losing the next two.
And Wilder reckons “The Gypsy King”, who stands at 6ft 9in will simply be too big for 6ft 3in Usyk to handle.
He also claims the Ukrainian has issues around stamina.
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And Wilder feels Joshua would have won back his belts on Saturday had his own fitness levels been better.
Wilder declared: “I think Fury will be too big for him.
“He just uses his size all the time, no matter what, and a lot of other things.
“I think Usyk’s too small, that’s my opinion. I think he has a stamina problem as well.
“You saw with Joshua, if he had enough stamina it would probably be a different result.”
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