Joshua was unable to counter the superior boxing expertise of Usyk as he suffered his second skilled defeat to lose his WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO titles on the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium over the weekend.

“I don’t see it happening now,” WBC titleholder Fury’s promoter Warren informed the BBC.

“The unification fight was there, such a big fight. Heartbreaking.”

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A rematch towards Usyk would give Joshua the possibility to win again his belts however Warren mentioned the “vulnerable” Londoner can be no match for Fury even when they did battle.

“Usyk is a good fighter, he boxed extremely well. But Joshua is so vulnerable. He’s been like that for ages,” he added.

“They can talk all they want about rematches … Even if he was to beat Usyk, what is Tyson Fury going to do to Joshua? You would have your house on Tyson beating him.”

Fury faces Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas subsequent month after signing a contract to battle the American for a 3rd time.



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