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Tyson Fury 'on top of the world' ahead of Oleksandr Usyk showdown in Riyadh

Tyson Fury said he felt "on top of the world" after taking part in an open workout session ahead of Saturday's titanic heavyweight clash against Oleksandr Usyk in Riyadh.

The two best heavyweights on the planet meet in a bout dubbed 'Ring of Fire' at Saudi Arabia's Kingdom Arena to determine the division's undisputed champion.

Both fighters will enter the ring boasting undefeated records. WBC belt-holder Fury has won 34 of his 35 fights with one draw while Usyk, who puts his IBF, WBA and WBO belts on the line in Riyadh, is perfect from 21 encounters.

"I'm on top of the world, baby!" Fury said after his workout session, when asked about his mood. "Who wouldn't be enjoying it?"

A visibly leaner Fury and an equally determined-looking Usyk were put through their paces at BLVD City – Music World ahead of one of the biggest fights in living memory.

The highly anticipated fight between the two best heavyweights on the planet is finally going ahead after their originally planned bout in Saudi Arabia in February fell through when Fury suffered a cut in training.

Not since Lennox Lewis beat Evander Holyfield in 2000 has boxing's blue riband division had an undisputed champion.

Speaking at Tuesday's 'Grand Arrivals', Fury, 35, insisted seizing the titles Usyk won from Anthony Joshua in 2021 to become the first heavyweight in history to hold all four belts simultaneously will be "epic".

“I cannot wait for Saturday night, it’s going to be epic. If I was fighting an old dosser on Saturday night who had five fights and lost them all, it’s still very important to win,” Fury said.

“Every fight I’ve ever had is important to win. Any six-rounder, eight-rounder, 10-rounder – all of them are important.

“I believe every left and right turn

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