Oleksandr Usyk accepts Tyson Fury’s 70/30 split demands for undisputed heavyweight title fight on condition he donates £1million to Ukraine – THE INFORMANTI

Oleksandr Usyk has accepted Tyson Fury’s ultimatum of a 70/30 split – on the condition he donates £1million to Ukraine.

The world champions have been locked in negotiations for months over a bout which will see the first undisputed heavyweight champion since Lennox Lewis in 1999.


Usyk has racked up back-to-back wins against Anthony Joshua


And he has now set his sights on dethroning WBC champion Fury

But that was during the three-belt era, with Fury and Usyk keen to write their place in history.

There have been fears that the dust-up could fall through following a breakdown in talks, according to Usyk’s promoter Alex Krassyuk.

WBC champion Fury took to social media on Friday where he demanded a 70/30 split in his favour, otherwise he would walk away from the table.

And Usyk has called his bluff and accepted Fury’s offer, but stated the unbeaten Mancunian must donate £1m to the Ukrainian appeal, and will have to forfeit one per cent of his purse for every day he doesn’t sign the contract.

Speaking in a video shared to his 1.8m million Instagram followers, Usyk said: “Greedy belly, I accept your offer.

“70/30 split the fight with you on April 29 at Wembley.


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“But you will promise to donate to Ukraine immediately after the fight £1million.

“And every day of your delay you will pay one per cent of your purse to the Ukrainian people. Deal?”

Fury immediately responded to Usyk, as he delivered an X-rated response on his Instagram story.

The Gypsy King stated: “Usyk, you little s*** bag.


A fight between Fury and Usyk could take place at Wembley on April 29

“Sign the contract, get your money, and get f***** up.

“You little s*** house. You must have saw the size of me and s*** yourself you little gappy-tooth, ugly b******d. Sign the contract.”

Should a deal between the two fighters fail to be agreed, Usyk is likely to face WBA ‘regular’ champion Daniel Dubois.


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