Tyson Fury has been tough on Oleksandr Usyk. As duel for the undisputed heavyweight championship approaches, the grudge between the two is increasing, and in a latest video shared on Fury’s Twitter, the Briton addresses his adversary as ‘Rabbit’, along with one of the most iconic Hollywood lines.
“I’m coming for you, bunny,” Fury said in the clip, “This is Tyson Fury, WBC number one heavyweight. You’re getting it, bunny. And I’ll tell you more: I’m going to burst you, and very badly! Small medium weight. I’m going to slap you with all my might, asshole. Come on!”
In addition, the video was published accompanied by a provocative caption targeted at Usyk. Continuing with the classic game of insult. ‘The Gypsy King’ used the hashtag #RunRabbitRun, taken from Forrest Gump.
“This is the call for Oleksandr Usyk. Middleweight, I’m coming for you #RunRabbitRun . You know who I am, the Gypsy King. There’s only been one Come get what I got!“ the caption of the clip read.
This is the call out 🗣️ @usykaa . Middleweight.
I AM COMING FOR YOU 🐇 #RunRabbitRun
You know who I am. The Gypsy King. There’s only ever been one 👑
— TYSON FURY (@Tyson_Fury) January 17, 2023
Tyson Fury vs. Oleksandr Usyk is targeted for March 4
At the latest, it is expected that the four-belt title fight will take place on March 4th, for Fury’s WBC crown up against Usyk’s WBA, WBO and IBF titles. The location of the event is expected to be decided shortly.
As of right now, both are undefeated. The Briton has 33 wins, 24 by knockout and one draw. The Ukrainian composes his record of 20 wins, with 13 finishes.