15 September 2023

“I have a plan before I get hit” Tyson Fury snipes at Mike Tyson in ‘N’Gannu Map’

By pestfood.com

“It’s sad!”

Current WBC world champion Tyson Fury (35-UK) has expressed his sadness at legendary boxer Mike Tyson. The boxing legend criticized the UFC for helping former heavyweight champion Francis N’Ghanou (37-Cameroon).

Speaking to Sky Sports on Thursday (ET), Fury expressed his opinions ahead of his upcoming fight with N’Ghanou, and specifically said that he was “saddened” to see Mike Tyson coaching N’Ghanou. “I actually think it’s sad (Mike Tyson coaching N’Gannu),” he said. A boxing legend with my name on it should be against me, and I should be the loser,” he said, confident of victory.

“I think Mike Tyson should be in my corner, not N’Gannou. But business is business. I understand that it’s strictly a business,” he said, adding, “I don’t care what Mike Tyson teaches N’Gannu. It doesn’t matter how much boxing training he does. Until he gets my fist in his face, he’s going to have a plan,” he said, confident of victory.

At a press conference in London, England, on July 7, Fury reiterated that he would easily defeat N’Ghanou. “I’m going to win 100 percent of the time in a boxing match, and I’m going to win 100 percent of the time in a mixed martial arts match in a cage. No problem,” he taunted N’Ghanou. When Nganu replied, “Focus on the boxing match,” he added, “If you beat me, let’s go have a beer. Of course, it’s ‘non-alcoholic’.” The joke was meant to be a reflection on his own past struggles with alcoholism, and it brought laughter to the room.먹튀검증

The highly anticipated fight between Fury and N’Ghanu, which pits a boxing world champion against a UFC champion, will take place on Oct. 29 in Saudi Arabia. It will be fought under professional boxing rules. Most experts are predicting a win for Fury. Fury boasts an undefeated record of 33 wins and one draw, including being crowned heavyweight champion of all four major boxing organizations (WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO). N’Gannou became the UFC heavyweight champion in March 2021 after defeating Stipe Miocic. He left the UFC Octagon in January of this year, and has since recruited Mike Tyson as his trainer to prepare for a boxing match with Fury.