TYSON FURY has vowed to end his reign of online terror by going on a social media blackout – with his fight against Oleksandr Usyk ON.
The unbeaten champions have been going back and forth on Instagram, seemingly negotiating their title unification in the open.
And Usyk’s team believe they have called Fury’s bluff by accepting his “greedy” offer of 70/30 to fight on April 29 at Wembley.
The Ukrainian’s camp even doubt whether the undisputed title decider will go ahead as the clock ticks on.
But Fury, 34, has attempted to ease up on Usyk, 36, and cool concerns as he promised to focus solely on training and not trash-talking.
He said: “Hi guys, as fun as it’s been over the last few days terrorising Usyk and his team, tomorrow I’m going to knuckle down into training camp.
“And I’ll be doing a blackout as I always do on social media. Nav will be running my Instagram account, keeping you all updated on my training progress and how everything is going.
“April 29th is definitely a worker, I will see you all on the night. Tune in or be there or be square.
“This is the biggest event in British boxing history, the fight of the century.
“Two undefeated world heavyweight champions throwing down to see who is the number one in the division.
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“The undisputed world heavyweight world championship on the line. Peace out. Good training to Usyk, may the best man win. Get up.”
Fury demanded NO rematch clause be placed in the fight contract but Usyk hit back that it was his team who wanted it.
Frank Warren spoke out to maintain that the fight will go ahead – without the stipulation – as an announcement moves ever closer.
Warren told iFL TV: “The fight is happening, what more can I say? It’s happening boys. It’s happening and that’s it, don’t worry.”