TYSON FURY has offered Oleksandr Usyk some advice on how to pull off a shock and beat Anthony Joshua.

The Ukrainian superstar faces the British heavyweight champ at Tottenham on Saturday.


Despite being widely-recognised as one of the greatest cruiserweights to ever grace the ring, he still goes in as underdog after stepping up a division.

Undefeated Usyk got his mandatory shot at Joshua after the much-anticipated unification clash between the title holder and WBC champ Fury collapsed.

The Gypsy King is now preparing for his own defence in a trilogy fight with Deontay Wilder next month.

But he will be tuning in tomorrow to watch his rival in action and believes Joshua will be in for a very tough night unless he can produce a knockout early.

Speaking to BoxingScene, Fury said: “I expect it to be awkward for a few rounds.

“And I expect AJ to run out of ideas really.”

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He continued: “If he doesn't land early and get him out of there, I see it being a tough night and maybe even a stoppage loss.”

Fury also told Usyk exactly what he has to do in order to beat ‘one-trick pony’ Joshua.

He said: “Keep hitting that target and, sooner or later, the big bodybuilder will fall apart at the seams – like an old, cheap cushion, falling to bits.

“He runs out of ideas quite quickly.

“He's a one-trick pony.”

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