Oleksandr Usyk's wife sends chilling warning to Tyson Fury on Instagram ahead of world title fight | The Sun
OLEKSANDR USYK'S wife has sent a bold message to Tyson Fury ahead of his undisputed clash with her husband.
Fury, 34, and Usyk, 36, are trying to finalise a fight for all four world title belts at Wembley Stadium on April 29.
But while the finer details are sorted out between both teams, Usyk's partner Yekaterina posted a chilling Instagram story addressing Fury.
Yekaterina, who has three children with Usyk – Kyrylo, Mykhalio and Yelizaveta – shared a boxing meme showing four doors with British boxers on the front of each.
Usyk, pictured as the grim reaper, has opened three of the doors with Tony Bellew, Derek Chisora and Anthony Joshua behind them.
And trails of blood depict his victories over them – which came between 2018 and 2022.
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There is then one final door with Fury's face on it that Usyk is shown to be knocking on.
However, the door remains closed, perhaps signifying that the Ukrainian is still waiting for Fury to accept the fight.
Usyk retained his undisputed cruiserweight crown by knocking out Bellew in 2018.
He then moved to heavyweight and won by unanimous decision against Chisora.
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Next, the Olympic gold medallist went and challenged Joshua in London for three versions of the heavyweight crown.
And he outboxed the Brit to become a two-weight world champion, before defending them successfully against AJ in Saudi Arabia in August.
But many still argue Fury is the best in the division following his wins over Wladimir Klitschko, Deontay Wilder, Chisora and Dillian Whyte.
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