Tyson Fury fires ominous warning to Oleksandr Usyk after final weigh-in - "I’m coming for his heart" 

Tyson Fury v Oleksandr Usyk: Ring Of Fire - Official Weigh-In
Tyson Fury issues a fiery warning to Oleksandr Usyk after final weigh-in [Image courtesy: Getty Images]

Tyson Fury fired off an ominous warning to Oleksandr Usyk following their official weigh-in for tomorrow's heavyweight boxing clash in Saudi Arabia. The wait is finally over as fans will get the answer as to who the best heavyweight boxer in the world is when an undisputed heavyweight champion is crowned.

The heavyweight title bout had been in the works for years and never materialized. 'The Gypsy King' and Usyk were most recently scheduled to fight this past February, but the Enlighsman suffered a cut in training resulting in their bout being postponed to May 18.

The energy at the weigh-ins was electric, which is something that the charismatic Englishman has thrived on throughout his career. Boxing journalist Michael Benson tweeted a clip to his X account of Fury issuing a warning to Usyk and saying:

"I'm ready to rock and roll. You know, fireworks tomorrow night...I'm coming for his heart, that's what I'm coming for. F*** his belts, I'm coming for his f**** heart. He's getting it tomorrow...F*** all his team too. They can all get if they want it, too."

Check out Tyson Fury's warning to Oleksandr Usyk below:

What did Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk weigh-in for their undisputed heavyweight title fight?

Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk officially weighed in for their highly anticipated heavyweight title clash. The bout is significant for the sport as it will mark the first time in over two decades that an undisputed heavyweight champion will be crowned.

Both fighters made adjustments in terms of their weight from their previous bout as they look to perform at their best with everything at stake. Usyk added size for this bout as he officially weighed in at 233.5 pounds, which is 12.6 pounds heavier than his previous bout against Daniel Dubois.

Fury, on the other hand, officially weighed in at 262 pounds, which was 15.7 pounds lighter than he weighed for his bout against Francis Ngannou.

Check out the weigh-in results for Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk below:

Tweet regarding Fury vs. Usyk weigh-in results [Image courtesy: @MichaelBensonn - X]
Tweet regarding Fury vs. Usyk weigh-in results [Image courtesy: @MichaelBensonn - X]

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