One punch can change the course of a fight and, as I was saying, Bellew's got that in the locker.
"As we've seen Bellew can counter-punch and he's got a dirty left hook, and if he can land that I think he'll do well". I will try to speak less and do more, ' Usyk having arrived said.
A London 2012 gold medallist, Usyk has continued to dominate opponents in the pro ranks, and Froch admits Bellew might have to concede early rounds before he begins to implement his own tactics.
"But, the thing with boxing, from like middleweight up, it takes one punch".
Usyk has trained for years alongside Vasyl Lomachenko, the world lightweight and pound-for-pound No.1, but Bellew insists the cruiserweight king is not as good as his fellow Ukrainian.
"If I can fight for all four belts, I would like it". "We can not forget the relationship between Bellew and the WBC".
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We had moments, we had kind of nearly-chances, the biggest in the last two three minutes and before that not enough. They will now know they are going to have to aim to win both of their final two group matches to reach the last 16.
You think to yourself, as hurtful as the strength and conditioning sessions are, as much as the sparring hurts, actually this is the last time I'm going to do it. It'll really make a difference come fight night. But all fighters have vulnerabilities and I have to expose his. If he does win, I can fight him up at cruiserweight and beat him as a cruiserweight for the titles.
With retirement looming for the 35-year-old, Froch believes the former WBC champion will have pushed his body to the limit during his last camp with trainer David Coldwell. But Tony will be going into this fight with confidence, he riding high off his recent victories and he's going to feel invincible stepping into the ring.
I would shoot to his body as I've seen him hurt a few years ago with this strategy.
"Now he will fight Usyk as emeritus champion against the unified champion, so we're very much in favour of this fight, and we will do as much as possible to enhance the unification of titles".
Hopefully, by rounds 7-12 you'd be putting the pressure and heat on him, if you get caught with a shot early, you're not going to leave yourself open to it again.