Tyson Fury's five-fight plan torn apart as Anthony Joshua and Francis Ngannou doubts emerge
Tyson Fury's big plan for five more fights has been called into question after he had to cancel his match with Oleksandr Usyk.
The heavyweight champion was meant to fight Usyk this weekend in Saudi Arabia, but he got cut during a sparing session and had to cancel the fight. Fury told everyone on social media that he is not going to stop boxing and wants to fight Usyk twice and then Anthony Joshua.
He also plans to have another bout with Francis Ngannou after a fight last year that ended with some people not agreeing with the result. But former world champion Carl Froch isn't sure about Fury's plans because he thinks he isn't as quick as he used to be.
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“There’s appetite for all of them fights," he told talkSPORT. "Usyk obviously, the rematch will depend on how that first one goes.
"If he gets badly beaten, outboxed, he might think that’s the end of it ‘cos I ain’t got the desire or the energy to get back into the ring’. He’s got enough money to sit on a desert island for the rest of his life. Where is he mentally?
“We move on from the Usyk one, you’ve got the Anthony Joshua fight. We still want to see Fury against AJ but that’s based on how the fight goes with AJ and Ngannou, and how Fury does with Usyk. Potentially two fights with Usyk and then two fights with Anthony Joshua.
"I don’t think we’ll even get one fight with Anthony Joshua. But he’s talking about something that potentially could happen because that’s what we want to see. And then the rematch with Ngannou, and that will be dependent on how AJ does with Ngannou. There's