- Nigerian star Anthony Joshua has been ignored in the list of top five heavyweight boxers by promoter Frank Warren
- Frank Warren on his list rated Tyson Fury as the best while Usyk occupies second position on the list
- Usyk was impressive in his last fight against Anthony Joshua as he surprisingly defeated the Nigerian and British boxer
Tyson Fury has been rated as the number one heavyweight boxer in the world by super promoter Frank Warren who ignored Nigerian and British boxer Anthony Joshua in his top five list.
British boxer Tyson Fury is currently enjoying the best in his boxing career as he recently defeated Deontay Wilder in trilogy fight staged in the United States.
According to the report on UK Sun, Frank Warren explained that he rates Tyson Fury as the best because of his incredible performances so far in the game.
Frank Warren's reaction
"I put Tyson No1, he’s head and shoulders above all of them. He’s a magnificent champion and he would be up there with the greats from all eras, he stands with them.
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"I’ll be a bit biased and we promote Joe Joyce who’s the WBO No1 and we are also involved with Daniel Dubois who is the No1 in the WBA.
"Then you’ve got Usyk, so we saw what he did with Anthony Joshua and then you’ve got Dillian Whyte.
"So, if you want me to put them in order Tyson is No1, Usyk No2 and I think the other three you can all them joint as far as I see it.
"I don’t think Dillian has the beating of the other two guys. We made offers for him to fight them which he didn’t take. Anthony Joshua, I think he comes in at No 6 now."
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Deontay Wilder Finally Breaks Silence, Sends Stunning Message to Fury After Trilogy Defeat
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how Deontay Wilder finally broke his silence following his trilogy defeat against against British boxer Tyson Fury with the American congratulating his opponent for the victory.
The thoughts of all Deontay Wilder fans was that the American would be able revenge in the trilogy fight, but Tyson Fury was so hard for him in Las Vegas.
When the fight got to the fourth round, Deontay Wilder knocked Tyson Fury down two times with the hope that the Bronze Bomber would be able to win, but the Brit staged a stunning comeback and triumphed.