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 Last update:  7/23/2014       Read more by Boxing Clever            &
Tyson Fury: Ustinov Will Feel The Full Force of My Anger!
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As previously reported on Tuesday, Tyson Fury will meet Alexander Ustinov in Manchester on Saturday following Dereck Chisora's injury-enforced withdrawal.

Chisora pulled out of the rematch, which is to be rescheduled, with a fractured hand but Fury will still be in action with Ustinov providing a high-quality alternative.

The 37-year-old has won all but one of his 30 fights with his only defeat coming against respected Bulgarian Kubrat Pulev, who faces Wladimir Klitschko in September.

Ustinov was helping Chisora prepare for the British showdown and inflicted the broken hand during sparring that forced promoter Frank Warren to search for a replacement opponent.

"The first thing is I'm happy to still be fighting this Saturday and that the fans will get what they paid for and see a good fight," Fury said.

"We've had a hard training camp and I'm in the shape of my life, expecting to knock out Chisora, but now I'm going to have take it out on Ustinov and make sure he takes the full force of my anger.

"Strangely, I'm going to break the man who broke Chisora's hand."

Ustinov stands 6ft 7in and weighs 22 stone and is ranked in the top 10 of two governing bodies. His knockout record reads 21 stoppages in 29 wins.

"Under the circumstances, Ustinov is a brilliant replacement for Chisora at this late stage," Warren said.

"He's fit and ready after training and sparring for two weeks with Chisora at his gym, he's got a great record, like Fury he's (a) giant of a man and has got some serious knockout punch power."

Tags: Tyson Fury , Alexander Ustinov , Fury-Ustinov , Fury vs. Ustinov

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comment by LoadedWraps, on 07-24-2014
Ustinov will realize he made a mistake when the hurricane of fists that is Tyson "the dethroner of Wlad" Fury. I just hope Stiverne doesn't duck.

comment by Dirk Diggler UK, on 07-24-2014
[QUOTE=C-SHO]Big stiff idiot? Why dont you fight him ?[/QUOTE] What does that even mean? So people need to fight boxers before making a comment on them? :pat:

comment by LacedUp, on 07-24-2014
[QUOTE=Y0@NN]Fury will win by DQ, Ustinov will be frustrated being too slow to land and his kickboxer instinct will take over and make him try to take Fury's head off with a head kick.[/QUOTE] Would love to see Ustinov attempt a head kick on 6'9 Fury :lol1: He's not exactly limb.

comment by kafkod, on 07-24-2014
[QUOTE=Ravens Fan]Ustinov is old and and he is not a very good fighter, and lord only knows what kind of shape he is in. And yet I find it interesting that even Fury's most faithful fans are already making excuses and seem to have some doubts about this fight.[/QUOTE] Fury is 25 yo with 22 fig...

comment by richardt, on 07-23-2014
[QUOTE=micky1971]mate, hes just a pikey. favourite burgers (in no order) mcdonalds big mac. kfc fillet. BK whopper. mc donalds 1/4 pounder. all time irritating and stupid information IN ORDER. bell ends like you who see it nescessary to tell every cunt who is your hero. knob jockey.[/QUOTE]Ma...

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