Alexandr Usyk has found his ‘Big Drama Show’ catchphrase and had all his fans waiting with baited breath to hear it at Friday’s weigh-in.
The WBO cruiserweight champion is ready to unify the world title against WBC champion Mairis Briedis on Saturday and both made the 200 pound limit without problems.
Usyk and Briedis both scaled just over 199 pounds when taking to the platform in Riga and are now set to face off to become the number one in the division in the WBSS Semi-Finals.
Earlier this week, Usyk and his team sent out a video featuring the phrase ‘I Am Feel, I am Very Feel’ several times accompanied by music, which stems from the Ukrainian’s broken English and is in the same ilk as Golovkin’s ‘Big Drama Show’ slogan.
The question on everyone's mind… pic.twitter.com/zw16hF2L73
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Many supporters are hoping the song is released on iTunes as Usyk popularity soars and his likeability and marketing factor increases by the day.
By his own admission, Usyk is eyeing becoming the undisputed world cruiserweight champion before moving up to heavyweight where you wouldn’t be against him becoming a two-weight ruler.
Like ‘GGG’, ‘I Am Feel, I Am Very Feel’ is sticking and presenter Michelle Phelps was on hand to ask the question everybody wanted to hear in her capacity for the World Boxing Super Series.
One this is for sure…Usyk Is Feel, He is Very Feel…