Tyson Fury sensationally tips rival Deontay Wilder to KO Oleksandr Usyk with ONE PUNCH despite Anthony Joshua success | The Sun

TYSON FURY reckons Deontay Wilder would knockout Oleksandr Usyk inside FIVE rounds.

The unbeaten Gypsy King believes one punch from Wilder would send Usyk sprawling to the canvas.

That's despite Usyk beating Anthony Joshua twice in the last year, and currently holding the WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO world titles.

The Ukrainian also won the Ring heavyweight belt that Fury vacated after claiming he was retired following his April win against Dillian Whyte.

Wilder, 36, has not fought since being knocked out by Fury in their trilogy fight in October 2021.

But Fury told RingTV: "I think Usyk would be awkward for Wilder for the first three or four rounds but Usyk slows down. We’ve seen him slow down.

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"We’ve seen Joshua land on him and hurt him. Wilder would land one punch on him and it would be over by the fifth round.

"Maybe Usyk can outbox him for up to 10 rounds, but in a 12-round fight you’re gonna get hit."

Fury went on to praise Wilder for his punching power, saying: "I don’t care if you’re the slickest man alive.

"As soon as Wilder lands on any of them, goodbye forever.”

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Wilder is set to return to action on October 15 against Robert Helenius, almost exactly a year to the day since he was last beaten by Fury.

The Gypsy King meanwhile is targeting an epic Battle of Britain showdown with Joshua for the end of this year.

WBC champ Fury then wants to an undisputed fight with Usyk early next year.

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