According to Oleksandr Usyk’s promoter Alex Krassyuk, Tyson Fury’s conceit and overconfidence resulted in his narrow triumph against Francis Ngannou. Krassyuk declares that Fury’s previous wins over Wladimir Klitschko and Deontay Wilder was because of beneficial scenarios, and he thinks Usyk will beat Fury despite the fight date. Krassyuk argues that Fury appeared old, out of shape, and exposed when dealing with Ngannou, and his appeal suffered as an outcome. He likewise discusses the debate surrounding Fury’s previous battles, consisting of doubtful counts and choices in his favor. Krassyuk asserts that Fury ignored Ngannou and was currently concentrated on his upcoming fight with Usyk. He applauds Ngannou for his disciplined efficiency and highlights his capability to counter Fury efficiently. Although Fury won the bout, Krassyuk recommends that an instant rematch with Ngannou would be perfect to calm fans and bring back Fury’s track record. He dismisses Fury’s win over Klitschko as a coincidence of elements and reveals Frank Warren’s unwillingness to have him fight due to the forecasted result. Krassyuk thinks Fury ought to require time to recuperate before his extremely expected fight with Usyk in Saudi Arabia. He stresses the significance of not making the world wait any longer for this significant face-off.