Tyson Fury sends fiery response to Mahmoud Charr call out – ‘You can surely get it'

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Tyson Fury has responded to Mahmoud Charr’s recent call out. The Gypsy King says he will take the fight if his proposed undisputed heavyweight unification clash with Oleksandr Usyk falls through in a bizarre turn of events.

Earlier today, Charr called out Fury via an Instagram video, saying: “Tyson. Tyson Fury. Take the fight. I’m ready. I challenge you out, take my challenge, I’m ready for you man, no excuses.”

And now, it appears the German boxer can be added as an unlikely potential match-up for the Mancunian as he makes his return to the ring. “Diamond boy, I’ve got a certain little middleweight that I’ve got to put that fist through first, however, if he don’t want no smoke, you can surely get it. Pressure will break diamonds,” Fury told Charr.

Charr is a former WBA (regular) champion who is seen more as a gatekeeper than a contender these days. Diamond Boy is currently 33-4 having fallen to defeat against Vitali Klitschko, Alexander Povetkin, Johann Duhaupaus, and Mairis Briedis in previous bouts.

Instead, a more realistic date of February 11 or February 18 was provided by the American who added that the Middle East is the most likely destination. Among the possible locations are Saudi Arabia, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates (Abu Dhabi), and the United States (Las Vegas).

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