Eddie Hearn says Fury vs. Usyk is doubtful, Joshua-Usyk 2 & Fury-Whyte “the favorite right now”

by Charles Brown: Eddie Hearn says there are some people who still want Tyson Fury’s fight against Oleksandr Usyk to happen next, but he doesn’t see that happening.

Interestingly enough, Hearn sounds cool to the idea of ​​Anthony Joshua and Dillian White stepping aside so Fury and Usyk can compete in the undisputed heavyweight match.

It’s possible that Hearn is stuck in the belief that Joshua will completely defeat Usek in a rematch just as he did against Andy Ruiz Jr in December 2019.

Eddie Hearn thinks AJ will avenge his loss

Hearn appears convinced that Joshua will avenge his defeat, and will move on as if nothing happened last September. This is the dream scenario that Hearn is clearly wishing for.

With Hearn, his mentality seems stuck in the past, thinking things are still going smoothly with Joshua. Until 2019. Joshua was seen as an indomitable robot, hacking his unhappy opposition.

Unfortunately, Andy Ruiz Jr. ruined Hearn’s dream case by knocking out Joshua in seven rounds, and he hasn’t looked the same since.

The truth is that Joshua is heading for a second straight loss, but this time it’s likely to be much worse with him taking the loss by Usyk.

Hearn might cry crocodile tears if things exploded in his face as Ussek sent Joshua to a defeat worse than last time. It’s fair to say that there will be a lot of second-guessing in the wake of Joshua losing Osik again, and you have to wonder who’s to blame this time around?

Joshua is not thinking clearly now

Will Hearn take the blame for easily rolling over Joshua instead of being assertive and The parental number of the famous millionaire?

When you have a fighter like AJ, who isn’t thinking clearly, you have to get rid of him and make him realize that they are going the wrong way up against a fighter who didn’t have a bullet to hit.

Joshua again will not only hurt his career. It would spoil things for Hearn and his Matchroom Boxing stable, which is why it’s doubtful he won’t do his best to convince Joshua to step aside.

Forget to step aside, Joshua must be the one pushing the fury To fight Usyk as he will do his best by saving his mired career by taking on the talented Ukrainian.

Unfortunately, for Hearn and Joshua, the situation is very different with Usyk where man AJ needs to defeat instead of the 283-pound Ruiz.

Given the poor condition Ruiz was in in the rematch, how could Joshua not be able to win the fight? As bad as Ruiz looked that night, Hearn could have knocked out Allen Babich and would have done work on Andy Jr.’s fat that night.

According to Hearn, the most likely scenario we’ll see next is Anthony Joshua facing Osek to try to reclaim his three heavyweight titles in April, while Fury defends his WBC belt against mandatory Dillian Whyte.

Hearn does not rule out the possibility of Fury (31-0-1, 22 KOs) facing IBF/WBA/WBO champion Usyk (19-0, 13 KOs) for the upcoming Undisputed Championship, but he seems skeptical about whether that will happen. It is happening.

Although it is a move that would Possibly saving Joshua’s careerFor Hearn’s record, it doesn’t seem wise to set up a side deal with Fury to take on Usyk and AJ & Whyte to step aside.

Charles Bronn can only imagine the speech Hearn would give to the media after Joshua lost to Usek again. Hearn is expected to say, ‘Why didn’t I force Joshua to step aside? Boy, you blew that.’

Hearn suspects Usyk’s fight against Fury

“Everyone knows there is a desire that some people have to try and get Fury vs. Usyk to fight back,” Hearn told iFL TV. “There will be a lot of things that have to happen to fight for the green light, and that’s not the delay in the money supply.

“We’re not looking to see if Fury-Whyte will first make a date with Joshua vs. Usyk, no. I’m saying there is still a desire some people have to try and fight that fight.” [Fury vs.  Usyk] together.

The favorite now is Fury against Whyte and AJ against Usyk,” Hearn said. “Anything can happen. In those D-day shutdowns or the crunch period or portfolio presentation or whatever you want to call it, that’s where the action happens.

“So, expect the unexpected but my gut feeling is that you will see these. [Fury vs. Whyte and Joshua vs. Usyk] two fights. You never know what will happen over the next couple of days.

“The March 26 date is the date that came from Frank Warren and Bob Arum,” Hearn said. Whatever happens, Fury is fighting back on that date.

“I don’t feel like that’s possible, really in any of those scenarios unless Friday’s money supply goes ahead and they win it and they do [Fury vs. Whyte] Fighting on March 26. If we win the money bid, we won’t fight on March 26th.

“I feel like it’s going to be a big fight, and it could be an international fight, and it’s just not time, in all honesty, to get that together,” Hearn said in the Fury vs White match.

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