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Tyson Fury reveals he could have elbow surgery which could delay Oleksandr Usyk’s undisputed fight as Gypsy King discusses his injury after beating Derek Chisora

Tyson Fury has revealed he could now undergo surgery on an injured right elbow which will force him to delay his fight with Oleksandr Usyk.

The Gypsy King gave several interviews following his win over Derek Chisora ​​on Saturday night and delivered mixed messages.

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Fury dominated his win over Chisora

In a huff, Fury said he may now need surgery which would seemingly rule him out of a fight with Usyk around the scheduled dates of February 18, February 25 or March 4.

However, he later stated that he would welcome the undisputed showdown for the world heavyweight title in late February or early March.

Fury first told ESPN in the ring after his win: “I have hand issues and may need to have elbow surgery.

“After that, I’m ready for anyone…

“I kind of put my hands up tonight on Derek’s big head.

“And I have elbow problems.

The fight was stopped in the tenth round

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The fight was stopped in the tenth round

“I may need to have surgery on my right elbow.

“I had the one on the left redone in October [2021] after the Wilder fight, so I have to do it.

“It will take about six to eight weeks to heal.

“We’ll see when we can be ready for this fight, we’ll see when it can be done.”

Fury and Usyk clashed after the fight

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Fury and Usyk clashed after the fight

At the post-fight press conference however, Fury added, “Uh, we’ll see, we’ll see. I am not a doctor. Where I am now, I feel good.

“I hope I have nothing to spoil anything. Looking forward to a huge 2023…

“Frank Warren and Bob Arum told me [the Usyk fight] maybe late February, early March.

“Let’s do it.”

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