Tyson Fury seen for first time since Oleksandr Usyk fight collapse as Brit heavyweight champ continues training camp | The Sun

TYSON FURY has been spotted out and about for the first time since his mooted bout with Oleksandr Usyk fell through.

The Ukrainian's agent Egis Klimas confirmed that negotiations with the Gypsy King had broken down – blaming the Brit's demands.

A stunning April 29 Wembley bout had been in the works, which would have unified the heavyweight division.

But fans' hopes of witnessing such a historic occasion on British soil have gone up in flames, with Usyk now set to face mandatory challenger Daniel Dubois in June or July instead.

Fury, 34, is also likely to return in the summer, although he remains in training – the WBC champ keeping himself in pristine condition.

Speaking about talks with the Gypsy King's team, Klimas revealed: "No matter how much Usyk compromised, he was pushed for more."


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Following the breakdown of negotiations, Fury was mocked by Usyk's wife Yekaterina.

She took to Instagram to post a picture of Fury's face edited onto a queen wearing a dress.

And she then added in Ukrainian: "And for the last time. Being greedy is very bad!!! The best is yet to come!!!"

She then also posted a mocked up poster of Fury and Derek Chisora – joking that after avoiding Usyk, the Gypsy King would fight Del Boy again.

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Yekaterina wrote: "This is the fight that the fans of Belly Fury are waiting for @tysonfury."

While Fury will not be fighting Usyk any time soon, his old foe Deontay Wilder is interested in stepping in and fighting the former cruiserweight king.

His manager Shelly Finkel told Sky Sports: “If the Oleksandr Usyk fight is available, Deontay Wilder will take it in a heartbeat.”

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