“The Undertaker” Tyson Fury arrives Saudi Arabia for undisputed bout, Oleksandr Usyk too

Tyson Fury, resembling the WWE superstar “The Undertaker,” arrived in Saudi Arabia alongside Oleksandr Usyk for their highly anticipated undisputed heavyweight bout scheduled for Saturday, May 18, at Kingdom Arena in Riyadh.

Both fighters made a grand entrance at Boulevard Riyadh City, joined by other undercard boxers, in a spectacle that drew attention from media and fans alike.

Fury, known for his flamboyance, embraced the persona of “The Undertaker” for fight week, adding an extra layer of excitement to the event.

Despite the theatrics, Fury remained focused on the upcoming clash with Usyk, even amidst a previous incident involving his father and a member of Usyk’s team, which left John Fury with a bloodied face.

With his last bout against Francis Ngannou posing challenges, Fury appears to be in better form as he gears up to face Usyk, who recently defended his unified heavyweight titles against Daniel Dubois.

The bout, initially scheduled for December and February but postponed both times, promises to be a highlight of the 2024 boxing calendar.

Additionally, former two-time heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, is also present in Saudi Arabia, ready to witness the monumental showdown between Fury and Usyk from ringside.

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