Oleksandr Usyk proved he is unique by fighting two fighters at once on Friday.
The eccentric Ukrainian posted a video on social media showing him throwing a ‘double punch’, attempting to hit them both at the same time.
In the video, the former undisputed weight cruiser champion moved with the two smaller fighters.
None of the trios seemed to be shooting all cylinders and the sessions seemed more fun.
Usyk’s “ double hit ” connected with one of his training partners, but missed the other.
Usyk is now at heavyweight and is the mandatory WBO challenger for winner Anthony Joshua over Tyson Fury.
He’s been ordered to face Joe Joyce for the WBO “interim” belt, as the undisputed fight takes place.
For a fight to be “undisputed,” all four belts – WBA, WBC, IBF and WBO – must be in play.
As a late attorney, Usyk insisted he either had to fight AJ next or the Briton had to drop his belt.
However, a solution was worked out with the orderly Joyce fight.
Assuming Usyk vs Joyce takes place for an “ interim ” belt, the winner will almost certainly be upgraded to become the full-fledged champion.
AJ and Fury are known to plan to fight twice this year, so it is believed that their first meeting will crown an undisputed champion, with the WBO belt subsequently being canceled before the rematch.
That would mean winner Usyk vs Joyce is upgraded to become the full WBO world champion.