Usyk vs Joshua
Oleksandr Usyk served Anthony Joshua with his first consecutive losses as a professional boxer.
AJ is no pushover and this was evident on the face of Usyk at the airport as he began his trip home following his split decision victory.
The bout ebbed and flowed with both fighters coming close to securing a knockout victory. Usyk put in some strong early work and so it always seemed that he would win out if the bell rang out at the end of the 12th.
Even ardent AJ fans were surprised to see the fight be decided by a split decision with one of the three referees favouring the Brit.
It was hardly surprising to see Usyk looking worse for wear at the airport but his spirits were far from dampened, as he quoted an iconic line of his.
When asked by a fan how he was doing, “I am feel, I am very feel” was his response as a nod to a famous interview from a few years back.
There were rings around his eyes and they were definitely black as he sported an ear-to-ear smile along with his unique style as always. There has been talk regarding the possibility of Tyson Fury coming out of retirement once again to face the winner, with reports of a December bout now on the cards.
From an English point of view, it would have been one of the biggest fights in the history of the sport had AJ prevailed but that doesn’t take away from the potential of an Usyk-Fury fight.
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