WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury believes that he would be too big and too strong for Olympic gold medal winner Oleksandr Usyk.

Usyk created shockwaves in the heavyweight division back in September, when he outboxed Anthony Joshua over twelve rounds to capture the WBA, IBF, WBO, IBO world titles at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.

Fury was in action last month, when he recovered from two knockdowns to score a knockout of Deontay Wilder in the eleventh round of their trilogy fight. 

Uysk is now contracted to face Joshua in a rematch in the first quarter of 2022.

Fury is planning to fight again in February or March.

Should both champions win their upcoming assignments, Fury would be eager to face Usyk in the ring.

“I’ll take the little cruiserweight guy, show you how to give a little, small man a good hiding. I’ll run him over. He’ll look like he’s been run over by an 18-wheeler, just like Deontay Wilder. I'll reverse back over him and then run him over again," Fury told IFL TV.

As far as Fury's next opponent, that subject is still up in the air.

Most had expected the World Boxing Council to order Fury to make a mandatory defense against top challenger Dillian Whyte.

However, the sanctioning body refused to order that fight, because there is still an ongoing legal battle between their organization and Whyte.

Fury will evaluate his options in the coming weeks.

"Whatever's going to happen, will happen. I don't care because they're all only workouts to me, I'll destroy every man that comes in front of me. It doesn't matter if it's Dillian Whyte, Dillian Blue or Dillian Grey. I don't care who it is," Fury said.