Strong Reasons Eddie Hearn Supports Tyson Fury Wins Deontay Wilder

Strong Reasons Eddie Hearn Supports Tyson Fury Wins Deontay Wilder

Boxing promoter, Eddie Hearn, has good reason to keep Tyson Fury winning over Deontay Wilder.
Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder will be playing a rematch at the MGM Grand Arena, Las Vegas, United States, Saturday (2/22/2020).

Previously, the first match of Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder ended in a split draw.

As a result both of them returned to compete to win the invincible status as well as getting the WBC title.

Even so, the Wilder versus Fury match was flooded with praise from various parties.

One of them is from Eddie Hearn as a promoter from Anthony Joshua.

Eddie Hearn praised their battle because it was difficult to speculate as to who the winner was.

Strong Reasons Eddie Hearn Supports Tyson Fury Wins Deontay Wilder

Will Wilder uproot him this time? Can be. Can Fury defeat him and confuse him like last time? Maybe."

"That's why this match is perfect, because you don't know. Good luck to both of them."

"I think this is a great match, I can't wait to watch it, and good luck for both of them to return," he explained.

The 40-year-old man then favors Fury win over Wilder.

Because, he has strong reasons related to the issue of negotiations to hold a unification match against Anthony Joshua.

"If Fury wins, maybe it's easier to deal with him than Wilder," Hearn said.

"It doesn't matter. It's like what we talked about with Dillian Whyte. It's also about maintaining a routine."

"You have a short time in your career, and you don't have time on the sidelines."

"So there are many opportunities for boxers, especially in heavyweight numbers. If everyone stays active, the fight will eventually happen," he continued.

Previously, Anthony Joshua was very ambitious to become undisputed champions in heavyweight numbers by collecting five titles including WBO, WBC, WBA, IBO, and IBF.

Anthony Joshua

Now, he is just lacking the WBC belt that Wilder is holding.

Previously, Joshua vs Wilder's match for the title race had already been discussed.

But there was no good opportunity between promoters Joshua and Wilder.

So it is very common if Joshua also favors Fury so that the negotiation process is more easily intertwined.


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