- Oleksandr Usyk will face Tyson Fury for the undisputed world heavyweight title
- The bout was scheduled to take place on December 23, but has been delayed
- Tyson Fury vs Oleksandr Usyk fight details out THIS WEEK: Listen to The Hook
Usyk and Fury had agreed terms to fight on December 23 in Riyadh, with the Gypsy King claiming he would sue the Ukrainian if their bout was held up further.
And Krassyuk, speaking to Mail Sport’s new boxing podcast, The Hook, hit out at Fury’s behaviour which has delayed his showdown with Usyk.
‘In terms of that fight with Tyson Fury,’ he said. ‘Listen, we friendly with hearts full of love called Tyson Fury a random-thought generator.
Oleksandr Usyk’s promoter Alex Krassyuk labelled Tyson Fury a ‘random-thought generator’
His criticism comes after Fury’s showdown with Usyk was delayed from December 23
‘So that was one of his random thoughts before the fight and probably the other one after the fight. You cannot match it.’
Krassyuk also went on to hit out at Fury’s underwhelming performance against Ngannou – when many felt the former MMA star deserved to win – while he also insisted Usyk will show no fear when they eventually do take each other on.
He added: ‘Can you imagine (if he lost the fight)? Usyk (was ringside) and was sweating throughout the fight because there was a chance for Tyson to lose.
‘If he lost, who would watch this fight (Fury-Usyk)? This fight (with Ngannou) didn’t seem to be a big success in the US. A couple of hours ago, I saw the reports from the pay-per-views in the US.
‘So this was the fight that did not bring that much attention. But I think it’s going to be completely different when he fights Usyk.
‘Usyk has always been confident in what he does. Otherwise, there is no space for him in boxing.
‘I mean, he became the undisputed cruiserweight and he went to run for the undisputed heavyweight race.
‘And well, that’s where he is now and he has just one belt left.’
Krassyuk also hit out at Fury’s performance in the ring against Francis Ngannou last month