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Activity Matters: Tim Tszyu Calls Out Lack of Old-School Fighters in Boxing

Australian boxer Tim Tszyu is making waves in the boxing world with his active approach to the sport, contrasting sharply with what he perceives as a lack of old-school fighters in today’s boxing landscape.

The son of Hall of Fame fighter Kostya Tszyu has been vocal about his traditional mindset and commitment to staying active in the ring, a philosophy he believes sets him apart from many of his contemporaries.

Tszyu (24-0, 17 KOs) is set to face former unified welterweight champion Keith Thurman (30-1, 22 KOs) on March 30 at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. This will mark Tszyu’s fourth fight in just 12 months, highlighting his dedication to staying active in the ring.

In contrast, Thurman, who is coming off a two-year layoff, has fought just five times since 2015. Tszyu, however, refuses to be swayed by the politics of being the “A-side” or “B-side” fighter.

“A-side, B-side, I don’t care about that bulls***,” Tszyu remarked. “There’s no more old-school fighters these days. They are all a bunch of p******. They fight once a year and then go on two-year vacations. I actually fight. Activity matters.”

Tszyu’s comments reflect his belief that staying active is crucial in the sport of boxing, and he is determined to prove his mettle in the ring against Thurman.

Despite Thurman’s formidable reputation, Tszyu is confident in his ability to emerge victorious and make a statement on the global stage.

“My goal is for the Tszyu name to be the greatest boxing family that ever lived,” Tszyu declared. “We’ve made it this far and we’ll see how far we can go.”

Tszyu’s commitment to staying active and his old-school mentality make him a unique figure in today’s boxing landscape, and his upcoming bout against Thurman is sure to be a spectacle.

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