British heavyweight athlete David Allen shared his opinion about the potential match between WBC world champion Tyson Fury and WBA, WBO and IBF title holder Oleksandr Usyk.
According to Allen, the "Gypsy King" will win the title fight.
"Fury will win. I think he's too big. To be honest, Usyk is not a big fighter, not the most physically strong person on the planet. I think Tyson will match him."
Allen said that he is ready to go to the Ukrainian boxer's training camp.
"Usyk himself told me that if he fought Fury, he would invite me to his camp. Stylistically, I'm perfect for preparing for Fury. That tells you how I boxed in the hall compared to our fight in the ring. Yes that if this fight takes place, there will be a couple of interesting calls. One - from Usyk's team to me, and the second - from me to Fury. I will tell him that I will go to Ukraine."
"Tyson is too big for Usyk. They are both the best talents of this generation of heavyweights. Fury is a special guy. He has the vibe of these special athletes who can do everything. Usyk is probably on the same level, but the difference cannot be avoided in size, because she's huge. And it's not just about height, Fury is much bigger than Usyk," Allen said in an interview with Boxing UK's YouTube channel.