German heavyweight Manuel Charr once again challenged the WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury to a fight. The German emphasized that he signed a contract for the fight and expects the same from the Briton.
"As it stands, I'm still waiting for a signed contract to fight Tyson Fury. Together with my promoter Erol Ceylan, I signed a contract a long time ago. That includes being able to fight all three of Frank Warren's boxers."
"And it doesn't matter which of the three wants to be beaten first, I'm ready. I will fight all three in one evening. I am not afraid of anyone. Fear is a feeling, and feelings can be controlled. Fear exists only in your mind."
"Everyone who knows me knows that I am ready to fight even with a tyrannosaurus. I will knock out Tyson Fury in four rounds."
Earlier, the German repeatedly appealed to Fury to sign a contract for the fight. Charr claimed that the agreement was signed on his side, but the British promoters are still silent.
Tyson has started preparing for his next fight, which he plans to hold on December 3. The Briton's opponent has not yet been finally determined.
Due to difficulties with Anthony Joshua, Tyson is considering three candidates to replace the British heavyweight: Filip Hrgovic, Andy Ruiz and Luis Ortiz.