Spencer Brown, the manager of WBC super heavyweight champion Tyson Fury (33-0-2, 24 KOs), addressed whether the contract for his client's fight with WBA, WBO, IBO, and IBF champion Oleksandr Usyk (21-0, 14 KOs) includes a clause for a rematch:
“It all depends on how the fighters come out after the fight. Whether there are injuries, damage, cuts, or maybe someone falls, this will always be taken into account. As well as whether they will come out of the ring unscathed.
Victory, we think, will be ours in any case. We believe that our fighter is superior to everyone in the heavyweight division, and the rematch will undoubtedly take place. It's in the contract. It's an exciting time for boxing.
Will all the titles be on the line in the second fight? It's doubtful, but you never know for sure. But yes, we are waiting for the first fight and rematch, which will take place next year. Let's all stay healthy and safe and let's just hope the rematch happens,” Brown stated in an interview with BoxingKing Media.
Tyson Fury and Oleksandr Usyk have signed a contract for a fight, although the exact date of the match is yet to be confirmed. While Fury's team aims for the contest to occur on December 23, Usyk has expressed doubts about that timeframe.