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Tyson Fury reveals the 'secret weapon' he's got to help him beat Oleksandr Usyk

Tyson Fury reveals the 'secret weapon' he's got to help him beat Oleksandr Usyk

Fury vs Usyk goes down on May 18.

Tyson Fury has revealed the 'secret weapon' that he will use to help him beat Oleksandr Usyk for the heavyweight titles on May 18.

Fury vs Usyk goes down in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia next month.

The original fight due to take place in February, but Fury was forced to withdraw a week out from the fight after suffering a cut above his eye in sparring.

Anticipation has since been building for the event, with a lengthy undercard already being announced.

And today, Fury has held a press conference ahead of the fight, with father John and promoter Frank Warren also present.

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And although Usyk wasn't involved in the press conference, 'The Gypsy King' still managed to get in some verbal shots towards his Ukrainian opponent.

He said: "I'm training hard, obviously. I'm in fantastic shape, obviously. And I've got a massive fight coming up, obviously.

"There's no room for error, there's no room for not training right or any problems. So we've just got to get through it.

"Forty days out, feeling fantastic. I'm having a fantastic training camp and I've got a good team around me. No complaints, working very hard."

He added: "I've got my dad in camp this time, so I've got my secret weapon over there as well. I've got Ty Mitchell in, all the boys and all the girls are in camp. So we've got a full circus camp. Can't do anymore really."

The current WBC heavyweight champion, Fury is looking to capture the WBA (Super), IBF, WBO, IBO and The Ring titles in his unification fight against Usyk.

His press conference took place in his home town of Morecambe, where he still lives with wife Paris.

Fury also has a sponsorship agreement with Morecambe Football Club, who currently play in League Two.

Speaking last year, 'The Gypsy King' revealed his desire to fight for the Central Area Heavyweight Title, which is contested usually between either up-and-coming or journeyman boxers from north, eastern and Midlands areas of England.

He told IFL TV: "After I finish my career, I'm going to get that belt. So Chris [Healey, the most recent champion at the time], if you're watching this, get yourself trained up, mush.

"I could do it at Morecambe Football Club, yeah. About six or seven thousand it holds there."

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Topics: Boxing, Tyson Fury, Oleksandr Usyk, Saudi Arabia