Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk Head to Head Record

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Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk is a historic professional boxing event scheduled to be broadcasted live from Kingdom Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on May 18, 2024. The main event of the mega-boxing event will be headlined by British heavyweight professional boxer Tyson Fury along with the Ukrainian lineal world champion Oleksandr Usyk. The duo was originally scheduled to face each other on February 17, 2024, but the fight was rescheduled after Fury sustained a cut on his eyebrow.


Tyson Fury made his professional boxing debut on December 6, 2008, against Bela Gyongyosi in a six-round fight. He made quick work of Gyongyosi by beating him via a first-rounf TKO. Right after his successful debut, Fury never looked back and kept winning fights on the trot. He became the WBC heavyweight champion and also held the unified heavyweight titles from 2015 to 2016, and also won the Ring magazine championship two times between 2015 to 2016. With an experience of around 16 years, Fury is one of the biggest names in the professional boxing.


Tyson Fury’s opponent, Oleksandr Usyk is the current WBA, WBO, and IBF world heavyweight champion. He made his professional boxing debut on November 9, 2013, and was welcomed in the squared circle by Felipe Romero. Usyk defeated Romero by a fifth-round TKO and started his career with a win. He maintained his winning run as his career progressed forward and winning several accolades and championships in the process. Both Usyk and Fury will look to outclass each other on May 18, 2024, in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, to script histroy and become the undisputed heavyweight champion ending a 24 year old drought in the weight class.


Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk Stats


StatsTyson FuryOleksandr Usyk
Record34-0-1 (24 KOs)21-0 (14 KOs)
ChampionshipWBC Heavyweight ChampionWBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, and The Ring Heavyweight Champion
Age3537
Height2.10m 1.90m
Division(s)HeavyweightHeavyweight
Reach85”78”
Win Streak (Active)721
Professional Debut20082009


Tyson Fury Record


Tyson Fury has a clinical professional boxing record of 34 wins, 0 losses, and 1 draw as of May 2024.


No.ResultRecordOpponentTypeRound, timeDateLocationNotes
35Win34–0–1Francis NgannouSD1045227Kingdom Arena, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
34Win33–0–1Derek ChisoraTKO10 (12), 2:5144898Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London, EnglandRetained WBC heavyweight title
33Win32–0–1Dillian WhyteTKO6 (12), 2:5944674Wembley Stadium, London, EnglandRetained WBC and The Ring heavyweight titles
32Win31–0–1Deontay WilderKO11 (12), 1:1044478T-Mobile Arena, Paradise, Nevada, USRetained WBC and The Ring heavyweight titles
31Win30–0–1Deontay WilderTKO7 (12), 1:3943883MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, USWon WBC and vacant The Ring heavyweight titles
30Win29–0–1Otto WallinUD12September 14, 2019T-Mobile Arena, Paradise, Nevada, US
29Win28–0–1Tom SchwarzTKO2 (12), 2:54June 15, 2019MGM Grand Garden Arena, Paradise, Nevada, USWon WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title
28Draw27–0–1Deontay WilderSD1243435Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, USFor WBC heavyweight title
27Win27–0Francesco PianetaPTS10August 18, 2018Windsor Park, Belfast, Northern Ireland
26Win26–0Sefer SeferiRTD4 (10), 3:00June 9, 2018Manchester Arena, Manchester, England
25Win25–0Wladimir KlitschkoUD1242336Esprit Arena, Düsseldorf, GermanyWon WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, and The Ring heavyweight titles
24Win24–0Christian HammerRTD8 (12), 3:0028-Feb-15The O2 Arena, London, EnglandRetained WBO International heavyweight title
23Win23–0Derek ChisoraRTD10 (12), 3:0041972ExCeL, London, EnglandWon European, WBO International, and vacant British heavyweight titles
22Win22–0Joey AbellTKO4 (10), 1:48February 15, 2014Copper Box Arena, London, England
21Win21–0Steve CunninghamKO7 (12), 2:55April 20, 2013The Theater at Madison Square Garden, New York City, New York, US
20Win20–0Kevin JohnsonUD12December 1, 2012Odyssey Arena, Belfast, Northern Ireland
19Win19–0Vinny MaddaloneTKO5 (12), 1:35July 7, 2012Hand Arena, Clevedon, EnglandWon vacant WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title
18Win18–0Martin RoganTKO5 (12), 3:00April 14, 2012Odyssey Arena, Belfast, Northern IrelandWon vacant Irish heavyweight title
17Win17–0Neven PajkićTKO3 (12), 2:44November 12, 2011EventCity, Manchester, EnglandRetained Commonwealth heavyweight title
16Win16–0Nicolai FirthaTKO5 (12), 2:19September 18, 2011King's Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland
15Win15–0Derek ChisoraUD1240747Wembley Arena, London, EnglandWon British and Commonwealth heavyweight titles
14Win14–0Marcelo Luiz NascimentoKO5 (10), 2:48February 19, 2011Wembley Arena, London, England
13Win13–0Zack PageUD840531Colisée Pepsi, Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
12Win12–0Rich PowerPTS8September 10, 2010York Hall, London, England
11Win11–0John McDermottTKO9 (12), 1:08June 25, 2010Brentwood Centre Arena, Brentwood, EnglandWon vacant English heavyweight title
10Win10–0Hans-Jörg BlaskoTKO1 (8), 2:14March 5, 2010Leisure Centre, Huddersfield, England
9Win9–0Tomas MrazekPTS6September 26, 2009The O2, Dublin, Ireland
8Win8–0John McDermottPTS10September 11, 2009Brentwood Centre Arena, Brentwood, EnglandWon English heavyweight title
7Win7–0Aleksandrs SelezensTKO3 (6), 0:48July 18, 2009York Hall, London, England
6Win6–0Scott BelshawTKO2 (8), 0:5223-May-09Colosseum, Watford, England
5Win5–0Matthew EllisKO1 (6), 0:4811-Apr-09York Hall, London, England
4Win4–0Lee SwabyRTD4 (6), 3:0014-Mar-09Aston Events Centre, Birmingham, England
3Win3–0Daniil PeretyatkoRTD2 (6), 3:0028-Feb-09Showground, Norwich, England
2Win2–0Marcel ZellerTKO3 (6), 2:5017-Jan-09DW Stadium, Wigan, England
1Win1–0Béla GyöngyösiTKO1 (6), 2:1439788National Ice Centre, Nottingham, England


Oleksandr Usyk Record


Oleksandr Usyk has a perfect record of 21 wins and 0 losses as of May 2024.


No.ResultRecordOpponentTypeRound, timeDateLocationNotes
21Win21–0Daniel DuboisKO9 (12), 1:4845164Stadion Wrocław, Wrocław, PolandRetained WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO, and The Ring heavyweight titles
20Win20–0Anthony JoshuaSD1244793King Abdullah Sports City, Jeddah, Saudi ArabiaRetained WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight titles;
Won vacant The Ring heavyweight title
19Win19–0Anthony JoshuaUD1244464Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, London, EnglandWon WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, and IBO heavyweight titles
18Win18–0Derek ChisoraUD1244135The SSE Arena, London, EnglandWon WBO Inter-Continental heavyweight title
17Win17–0Chazz WitherspoonRTD7 (12), 3:0012-Oct-19Wintrust Arena, Chicago, Illinois, US
16Win16–0Tony BellewKO8 (12), 2:0010-Nov-18Manchester Arena, Manchester, EnglandRetained WBA (Super), WBC, IBF, WBO, and The Ring cruiserweight titles
15Win15–0Murat GassievUD1243302Olympic Stadium, Moscow, RussiaRetained WBC and WBO cruiserweight titles;
Won WBA (Super), IBF and vacant The Ring cruiserweight titles;
World Boxing Super Series: cruiserweight final
14Win14–0Mairis BriedisMD1243127Arēna Rīga, Riga, LatviaRetained WBO cruiserweight title;
Won WBC cruiserweight title;
World Boxing Super Series: cruiserweight semi-final
13Win13–0Marco HuckTKO10 (12), 2:1242987Max-Schmeling-Halle, Berlin, GermanyRetained WBO cruiserweight title;
World Boxing Super Series: cruiserweight quarter-final
12Win12–0Michael HunterUD1208-Apr-17MGM National Harbor, Oxon Hill, Maryland, USRetained WBO cruiserweight title
11Win11–0Thabiso MchunuTKO9 (12), 1:5317-Dec-16The Forum, Inglewood, California, USRetained WBO cruiserweight title
10Win10–0Krzysztof GłowackiUD1217-Sep-16Ergo Arena, Gdańsk, PolandWon WBO cruiserweight title
9Win9–0Pedro RodriguezTKO7 (12), 1:5712-Dec-15Palace of Sports, Kyiv, UkraineRetained WBO Inter-Continental cruiserweight title
8Win8–0Johnny MullerTKO3 (12), 2:5929-Aug-15Palace of Sports, Kyiv, UkraineRetained WBO Inter-Continental cruiserweight title
7Win7–0Andrey KnyazevTKO8 (10), 2:2418-Apr-15Palace of Sports, Kyiv, UkraineRetained WBO Inter-Continental cruiserweight title
6Win6–0Danie VenterTKO9 (10), 2:2913-Dec-14Palace of Sports, Kyiv, UkraineRetained WBO Inter-Continental cruiserweight title
5Win5–0Daniel BruwerTKO7 (10), 2:5504-Oct-14Arena Lviv, Lviv, UkraineWon vacant WBO interim Inter-Continental cruiserweight title
4Win4–0Cesar David CrenzKO4 (8), 2:1931-May-14Sports Palace, Odesa, Ukraine
3Win3–0Ben NsafoahKO3 (8), 1:4326-Apr-14König Pilsener Arena, Oberhausen, Germany
2Win2–0Epifanio MendozaTKO4 (6), 2:1007-Dec-13Ice Arena TEC Terminal, Brovary, Ukraine
1Win1–0Felipe RomeroTKO5 (6), 1:3609-Nov-13Palace of Sports, Kyiv, Ukraine


Tyson Fury Losses


Tyson Fury has not lost a professional fight as of May 2024.

FAQs on Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk Head to Head Record

A. He has a professional boxing record of 34 wins, 0 losses, and 1 draw.

A. He has a professional boxing record of 21 wins and 0 losses.`

A. He is 35 years old.

A. He has a reach of 85 inches.

A. He has a reach of 78 inches.

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