TYSON FURY has been snubbed from the Ring Journal’s pound-for-pound rankings regardless of his epic win over Deontay Wilder.
‘Gypsy King’ Fury took down Wilder for the second time of their epic trilogy combat in Las Vegas final weekend.
However that wasn’t sufficient for the 33-year-old WBC champion to enter the highest ten on the Ring Journal’s record.
The one heavyweight to function is Oleksandr Usyk, who is available in at No 2 after his dismantling of Anthony Joshua final month.
The Ukrainian wrestled the WBA, IBF and WBO belts from AJ together with his unanimous factors victory at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
That victory put the previous cruiserweight king and now heavyweight champ behind solely Canelo Alvarez on the P4P rankings.
Fury may need to beat Usyk in a mega unification bout earlier than he will get his place within the prime ten.
Canelo, in the meantime, is again within the ring subsequent month towards Caleb Plant on the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
The Mexican star, 31, has crushed Avni Yildirim and Billy Joe Saunders this yr and is extensively thought to be one of the best boxer on the planet.
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No Brits make the P4P record, however 4 are in Ring Journal’s prime 11 for simply heavyweights.
Fury is No1, Joshua third, Dillian Whyte fifth and Joe Joyce eleventh.
East European hero Usyk is second in these scores, with Wilder fourth.
And Fury’s dad John desires his son to tackle Usyk subsequent – after saying the Gypsy King had “larger fish to fry that Whyte”.
Fury Senior advised Sky Sports activities: “If Tyson was out regularly and sharpens his instruments correctly and will get that ring rust out of the way in which, no one can contact Tyson.
“On the minute he is boxing 50-60 per cent of what he’s.
“What’s to cease him from being undisputed, some blown-up cruiserweight from Ukraine?”