By Edward Chaykovsky
Heavyweight contender Tyson Fury went on a verbal rampage earlier today, when he shot a video for his social network accounts.
Fury has been furious for the last few days, because IBO/WBA/WBO/IBF heavyweight champion Wladimir Klitschko revealed he was injured and withdrew from their planned fight on October 24th in Dusseldorf, Germany.
The fight was set to be packed on Sky Pay-Per-View with Kell Brook's defense of the IBF welterweight title against Diego Chaves in Sheffield.
After that fight fell apart, Hearn offered Fury the opponent to appear in a stay-busy fight on the undercard.
That offer did not sit very well with Fury, who thinks very little of Brook's card.
“I saw Eddie Hearn. I call him Eddie 'The B*tch Hearn.' He put out a tweet saying he wants me on the undercard in an eight rounder. What does he think I am [starts laughing]? Eddie, have a day off. Have a day off mate," Fury said.
"I’m the number one mandatory in the world, and he wants to put me in an eight rounder against some random guy. He thought I was born sometime last week, green as grass. Unfortunately for Eddie, I was born the 12th of August 1988. I'm repping for the people who was born in the 80's."
"I’m going to have to wait for Wlad. I’m contracted in. I can’t take no more fights in between. So what can I do? I'm probably going go to Dusseldorf on the 24th of October to ,meet up with all me fans over there and get drunk. Sounds like an idea for me. Celebrate the f***ed up nobody wants to fight me."
"I don’t know how Kell Brook is going to go on, on a pay-per-view fight with somebody [Diego Chaves] that nobody even knows his name or who he’s fighting. It can’t be pay-per-view, so I dont know what happening."
Fury says his bout with Klitschko may not happen until February of next year, because Sky doesn't have a pay-per-view date available before the end of the year.
"They are saying now it may not be rescheduled until February. They are now saying the fight may not happen in November because Sky don't have a date," fury said.