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    Eddie Hearn, promoter for IBF, WBO, IBO, WBA heavyweight champion Anthony Joshua, is still confident that a deal will get finalized for the full division unification with WBC champion Tyson Fury.
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  • #2
    How much truth in this remains to be seen, but one thing for certain is that the Fury clan seem to be one big joke. You’ve got Tyson Fury’s own father spouting on radio that there’s no money for it, the timing is wrong, the clock is ticking..while Tyson himself is claiming falsely or otherwise that he’s not training.

    Why is Hearn even having to do all the running around anyway - interesting how people conveniently choose to ignore that it seems to be one side putting in all the work.
    Boxviewer and mxtali like this.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Blackstarr View Post
      How much truth in this remains to be seen, but one thing for certain is that the Fury clan seem to be one big joke. You’ve got Tyson Fury’s own father spouting on radio that there’s no money for it, the timing is wrong, the clock is ticking..while Tyson himself is claiming falsely or otherwise that he’s not training.

      Why is Hearn even having to do all the running around anyway - interesting how people conveniently choose to ignore that it seems to be one side putting in all the work.
      Yeah Fury is a BS artist, so i don’t put too much stock into what he says but it seems clear that one side is pushing for the fight harder than the other

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      • #4
        Tyson Fury says “clock is ticking” for Anthony Joshua deal to get done, John Fury says “there’s no money”

        It’s also worth noting one thing Tyson’s dad John Fury told Boxing Social:
        “All I can hear is ducks farting left, right, and center. The lot of them — Bob Arum, Frank Warren, Eddie Hearn, the full lot of them. They’re farting worse than ducks. They can’t put it on in this climate. There’s no money for it. Nobody wants to pay that kind of money with no crowds. ... Only the Saudis have got (the money), and they ain’t jumping up and down to put it on, are they? I’ll tell you why: The timing’s wrong for it, the timing’s all wrong. We’ll fight, anyway, we’d love to fight. We get paid.”

        https://www.badlefthook.com/2021/4/8...xing-news-2021

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        • #5
          No matter what the Fury family says no way would ESPN/Arum allow them to back out of the TWO fights with AJ. I think we all know what they are trying to do. He isn’t scared of AJ nope, they just want to cut out the middle men (Arum/ESPN) by getting at least a tune up in, which means they would only have to give ESPN one fight under the AJ contract, and then they would be free to do the rematch and get more money from it. Hence why Frank Warren and Arum aren’t addressing Tyson or his father.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Blackstarr View Post
            How much truth in this remains to be seen, but one thing for certain is that the Fury clan seem to be one big joke. You’ve got Tyson Fury’s own father spouting on radio that there’s no money for it, the timing is wrong, the clock is ticking..while Tyson himself is claiming falsely or otherwise that he’s not training.

            Why is Hearn even having to do all the running around anyway - interesting how people conveniently choose to ignore that it seems to be one side putting in all the work.
            AJ' and his team are eager to get this fight done while Fury and his clan are obviously trying to sabotage it. It looks like Fury doesn't really want this fight. Eddie Hearn is really putting the pressure on Fury by communicating the progress to the public.

            If it's up to Fury he will probably pull off the plug but Arum and TR won't let that happen. Probably the first time they can make profit on Fury.

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            • #7
              The Wilder legal matter won't be clarified until sometime in May.

              You have to wonder if there will be a settlement payment required, and if so how high it will be?

              Will the parties involved be willing to pay it in the current pandemic environment, where they might not be able to stage a fight in front of huge crowds any time soon?

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Boxviewer View Post

                AJ' and his team are eager to get this fight done while Fury and his clan are obviously trying to sabotage it. It looks like Fury doesn't really want this fight. Eddie Hearn is really putting the pressure on Fury by communicating the progress to the public.

                If it's up to Fury he will probably pull off the plug but Arum and TR won't let that happen. Probably the first time they can make profit on Fury.
                Fury vs. Ngannou on ESPN+ Lol!

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                • #9
                  The two fight deal is just the tip of the iceberg. Eddy wants a cut of the winner. The hold up is, once you let Eddy in, you can't get him out. Iron clad, small print, got you by the nuts, you belong to him enforcement.
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                  • #10
                    Oh look Eddie talking again, like he's doing all the leg work. I don't believe a word that daddy's boy says.

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