Simon Jordan has said that Tyson Fury should be ‘ashamed of himself’ if he does not agree to fight Oleksandr Usyk.
The undisputed heavyweight fight between the pair. was due to happen on April 29th at Wembley Stadium, but Fury has allegedly “priced himself out of the bout”.
It is now looking like Usyk will face Fury’s fellow Brit Daniel Dubois instead.
Jordan has said on Talksport that the current situation surrounding Fury does not reflect well on him.
“If Fury doesn’t take this fight, he should be ashamed of himself. We’ve had to listen t a lot of nonsense, be critical of other fighters.
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“If Frank Warren and Fury do not take this fight, it’s a poor decision. If he [Fury] ducks this bout, he starts moving into the territory of the very things he’s previously accused other people of doing.”
😒 "We've had to listen to a lot of nonsense!"
😡 "We give a lot of praise to him, he constantly gets the good word, and this isn't good enough!"
Simon Jordan thinks Tyson Fury should be 'ashamed' if he doesn't fight Oleksandr Usyk. 👀 pic.twitter.com/TOt5UBruDT
— talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) March 10, 2023
It remains to be seen what the final decision will be on this fight, but it is looking ever more likely that Fury’s stubbornness will put the event in doubt.