Eddie Hearn has revealed that he will consider offering an equal division of wallets against Anthony Joshua to the winner of the rematch between Tyson Fury and Deontai Wilder.
Co-manager Shelley Finkel agreed with everything and sent Khan final communication about her willingness to put a pen on paper.
Its contact outlined these two points to resolve the point, which really meant that the agreement was almost agreed. but within 24 hours thereafter The World Boxing Association asked Alexander Povetkin to line up next.
The story of Joshua and Wilder’s fight over the unmistakable heavyweight title has been rumbling for a better part of the two years, but Fury often spoke of his desire to face his compatriots in the British heavyweight fight.
Hahn argues that both Wilder and Fury have refused to offer to play against Joshua in the past, but he believes they have reached the point at which the fight simply must happen.
If you agree with your esteemed colleague Warren, the winner will have to fight Anthony Joshua, there’s no doubt about it, Joshua’s promoter told TalkSPORT.
Fury is talking about a great game for this fight and is an excellent self-promoter. In fact, we’ve been trying to fight this aggressively because fury and Wilder 60/40 are as relevant as they are now and both offered before turning it down, we’ve been around the house, it’s been talked about for centuries.
The boss of the Matchroom also admitted that it is not so complicated to fight Fury, saying, You must give those people credit, Wilder and Fury.
There was a time when they were not as relevant as they are now, and now it is a big battle and they are stars. Fury is a star.
Tyson Fury, indeed, he’s going to fight Anthony Joshua. He’s doing a lot of work in America right now, you know he has a top rank, MTK, it would be very easy to do Fury and that deal.
Wilder, he made some comments that make me think, as Joshua said yesterday that it just doesn’t matter.
Joshua has four belts in the heavyweight category and is the biggest star in Division, and of course, it is relevant. And without him, he’s not going to call himself the best, so he wants to fight the winner.
I think Joshua is the best fighter in the world and Fury thinks he’s the best in the world, and Wilder thinks so. Everyone has their own opinion, but the evidence is in the pudding.