However, prior to their recent London press conference, talkSPORT were banned by Fury and his camp.
The Gypsy King opted to prevent the broadcaster from covering the event after being left unhappy with the criticism he's received.
Carl Froch has accused Tyson Fury of restricting free speech
And Froch, speaking on his YouTube channel, has now taken aim at Fury and accused him of banning free speech.
“Tyson Fury’s last press conference apparently talkSPORT were banned from there," he ranted.
"How can you ban an independent journalist that’s just giving an opinion?
"So is that where we’re going, if we don’t follow the narrative of Frank Warren or Eddie Hearn, are we not allowed to have an alternative opinion and give some critique to these fighters and how long the fights are taking to get made.
"If we can't have a word or an opinion, one, free speech has gone, but two, if you’re going to ban us from shows, how is that even plausible, how is that possible?
"How can Tyson Fury, a fighter, say ‘I don’t want talkSPORT’ it’s ridiculous and pathetic and it shouldn’t be happening.
"It’s ridiculous, you shouldn’t be having a say in which journalists turn up, you’re giving Tyson Fury too much power, banning journalists from shows needs to stop.”
It is currently unclear if talkSPORT will be able to cover Fury's next fight.
His battle with Usyk will be the biggest of his career, with four belts and plenty of bragging rights on the line.
Fury has won 34 of his 35 career fights prior to that war, with a draw against Deontay Wilder in 2018 the only blot on his record.
However, Usyk is also unbeaten having won all 21 of his own career fights so far.
Froch has been full of criticism for Fury in recent times.