Conor McGregor advises Tyson fury to avoid Oleksandr Usyk rematch

Oleksandr Usyk is the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world after a split decision win over Fury in Saudi Arabia, with a rematch on the cards for ‘Gypsy King’ Tyson Fury


Conor McGregor believes Tyson Fury should NOT take up his rematch clause to fightOleksandr Usyk.

An immediate rematch clause means the rivals are set to meet again in October, with the winner then going on to fight Anthony Joshua. Fury insisted he would take the opportunity to avenge the loss of his WBC title.

“Yes of course – rematch. I am ready. We have more time to do a good fight,” he said.

However, controversial former UFC champion reckons that Maybe Fury would be best served looking elsewhere – namely, towards the ‘Battle of Britain’ against Anthony Joshua.

Writing on Instagram, McGregor said: “A mad hiding! What next, who knows.”Usyk is incredible. He has beat both soundly.

“Whatever moves towards Tyson AJ I am for. If Fury wishes to go a second try at the wheel, AJ had two attempts so why not. Tall ask. Not impossible also. If not, AJ Usyk III last hoorah, and then win lose or draw go Tyson AJ”.

He added: “What a time to be alive thank you to the fighting gods and to God.”

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