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USYK'S SACRIFICE MAY 18TH PAYBACK FOR MISSED DAUGHTER'S BIRTH

Ukrainian heavyweight champion Oleksandr Usyk, gearing up for the undisputed clash against Tyson Fury, faced a heartbreaking sacrifice as he missed the birth of his daughter on January 28th due to intense training. The fight, originally set for February, got postponed after Fury suffered an eye injury in sparring, leading to questions and speculations about the validity of the delay.

Usyk’s dedication and sacrifices, including missing family milestones and celebrations, have fueled his determination. The postponed bout, now scheduled for May 18th, holds the promise of Usyk seeking retribution for the lost time and potential intentional delays caused by Fury’s injury.

The rumors surrounding Fury’s injury, with conspiracy theories suggesting intentional maneuvers to buy more training time, add an intriguing layer to the narrative. Questions about Fury’s commitment to the fight persist, especially with reports of sparring partner issues and alleged drops during training camp.

During a recent press conference, Usyk expressed his frustration but emphasized the need for professionalism and caution in approaching the rescheduled bout. The uncertainty surrounding the May 18th clash lingers, with doubts about whether the fight will indeed happen as planned.

Fans remain skeptical despite assurances from organizers about finding a replacement if either fighter pulls out. The potential for another postponement, especially given Fury’s healing eye concerns, adds uncertainty to this highly anticipated heavyweight showdown.

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