Boxer Tyson Fury stepped on the scales this Friday ahead of his fight against Francis Ngannou, an event in which the Briton weighed in at 277.7 pounds, the highest weight of his entire career.
Tyson Fury can break the Roman after reaching almost 126 kilos, a weight that will remain in his career, as the highest weight of his entire career.
Fury is a big man, two meters and six centimeters and one might think that for this fight, he does not care about his weight, because at 126 kilos it seems difficult to move, defend himself, and fast against Ngannou.
The fight against Ngannou is not completely official. Fury will not show his World Boxing Council heavyweight crown and this is probably the reason why he does not care about that part.
There will be 250-kilo action between Fury and Ngannou
Fury’s fight against Ngannou will be 10 rounds of three minutes each. They will fight under boxing rules, with Ngannou making his debut against a man who has been a boxer since December 6, 2008.
These two mastodons add almost 250 kilograms, making it one of the most remarkable fights in that sense.
Usyk assures that Tyson Fury will be knocked out
Oleksandr Usyk argued that “it will be a piece of cake for Fury” and added that 20 years of boxing and “a two-meter giant” would lead him to victory.
He emphasized that he would not take what Ngannou could have done in the UFC, but for him, there is no point in comparison between the activity in the classroom and in the ring, so he repeated that “Anger will win, he is an easy to win.” .