Boxer Tim Tszyu slams giant opponent for s**t diet hours before title clash

Australian boxer Tim Tszyu expressed his dismay at the unprofessional behavior of his opponent, Sebastian Fundora, just days before their highly anticipated world title fight in Las Vegas.

Fundora, towering over Tszyu by an astonishing 23cm, raised eyebrows with his pre-fight diet, which included indulging in junk food like pizza and burgers merely two days before the bout. Tszyu, known for his disciplined approach to training and nutrition, was taken aback by the revelation.

“As a professional athlete, seeing Fundora consume junk food like that just two days before the fight is baffling to me,” Tszyu remarked.

The stark contrast in their preparation underscores the dedication Tszyu brings to the sport. With his own fight chef ensuring he maintains a nutritious diet to meet the weight limit, Tszyu remains focused on his goal of claiming victory in the upcoming match.

Despite Fundora’s dietary choices, he boasts a fast metabolism that allows him to make weight for the super welter division, standing at an impressive 197cm tall.

A win for Tszyu against Fundora could open doors to significant opportunities in boxing. With former unified welterweight champion Errol Spence Junior expressing interest in facing the winner, and talks of a potential mega-fight with pound-for-pound king Terence Crawford, Tszyu’s future in the sport looks promising.

Reflecting on his journey in boxing, Tszyu expressed satisfaction in now being the sought-after fighter, rather than the one chasing after opponents. With big names calling him out, Tszyu is eager to seize the moment and secure lucrative matchups in the ring.