Promoter Eddie Hearn of Matchroom is still fuming over Anthony Joshua vs. Tyson Fury completely falling through a week ago.
Last weekend, an agreement appeared to be on the verge of being finalized for a full division unification between heavyweight champions Joshua and Fury.
The two sides had been negotiating for several months - with a date finally nailed down for August 14th in Saudi Arabia.
But everything came crashing down last Monday, when an arbitrator issued a ruling which directed Fury to honor a contractual clause for an immediate rematch with Deontay Wilder.
Both Fury and Wilder have already signed contracts for the fight, with the third encounter targeted for July 24 in Las Vegas.
Hearn indicates that neither Fury or anyone on his team made an attempt to salvage the unification clash with Joshua.
"Team Fury made absolutely zero attempt to try and save the Anthony Joshua fight. Zero attempt," Hearn told IFL TV.
"I don't believe there was even a conversation, I don't believe there was an offer, I don't believe anything. This is another reason why the whole thing stinks. [Fury's co-promoter] Bob Arum [of Top Rank] is aware of the work that has gone in to make this fight. And to just call up and say, 'I can't believe it, it's preposterous... and we're just going to go ahead with the Wilder fight, so cheers mate, thanks for everything and we'll catch up soon.'
"If this was me in that case, I would have done absolutely everything I could to save this fight, they didn't try one thing. That also sits on Tyson Fury, because he didn't try and do one thing either. There's nothing I can do about it because as I said leading up to this fight, the only thing I can't control is their team. But where are your bollocks Tyson Fury? If you really wanted this AJ fight, you have not said anything negative about this situation.
"You have not said how disappointed you are, you have not looked at your promoters - who clearly could have terminated this contract a long time ago - and gone, 'What have you done? You've not only cost me fifty or sixty million dollars, you've cost me the biggest fight of all time, the undisputed fight because you've dropped the ball. And if you haven't dropped the ball, why are you not fighting this and trying to come up with a Plan B.' I've not seen one thing from Tyson Fury, where he's saying - 'I'm devastated, I can't believe this, we had a deal in place, I was happy, guys I'm sorry.'"