Oleksandr Usyk has no fears about getting a dodgy decision on the cards against Anthony Joshua.
Because his team believes the judges won’t even be required for Saturday’s fight at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, world heavyweight champion.
Alex Krassyuk says that if the judges are needed, he doesn’t believe they will make any more of the same horrible local decisions as those made recently.
Michael Alexander, a Doncaster referee, will be the third man in this ring.
The three judges at the ring will be Howard Foster, Steve Weisfeld from America and Viktor Fesechko from Ukraine.
Krassyuk said: “Let me tell you, the first and primary idea is not to leave any chance for the judges to do their job.
“Judges should just come, enjoy the fight and then go back home.
“If it comes to the decision, we have secured everything we want a long time ago.
“There are going to be the best judges who wouldn’t see what is going on in the ring in a different manner. I am sure about that.”
Krassyuk also revealed Usyk made his intentions clear that he wanted to face Joshua before he beat Tony Bellew in 2018.
The Ukrainian stopped the Liverpool fighter in a defence of his undisputed cruiserweight crown.
He signed the contract with Eddie Hearn’s Matchroom and insisted on a clause which would have him lead to Joshua.
The WBO made Usyk mandatory for the heavyweight title, but this fight was forced.
Krassyuk added: “When we first made the deal with Eddie Hearn for the co-promotion, we had it written that our objective was to fight AJ.
“When you want to become a king, you have to dethrone the king. AJ is the king in the division.”