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Eddie Hearn admits there are ‘issues’ to be resolved ahead of Tyson Fury’s fight Dillian Whyte

‘I’m so glad I’m not concerned’: Eddie Hearn admits there are ‘hundreds of issues’ to be resolved ahead of Tyson Fury’s fight Dillian Whyte and sparks concern over the long run of the field office bout by saying he ‘hopes each fighters get within the ring’

  • Tyson Fury will go toe-to-toe with Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium on April 23
  • But, promoter Eddie Hearn has stated he’s completely satisfied he isn’t organising the fight
  • Whyte signed his contract to face the Gypsy King on deadline day after a delay
  • The Body Snatcher then refused to attend the press convention at Wembley
  • Other spats embody disagreements about picture rights and ticket allocations

Eddie Hearn is ‘glad’ he isn’t concerned within the organisation of Tyson Fury’s fight with Dillian Whyte as he says there are ‘tons of issues to resolve’ earlier than the fight.  

The Gypsy King will put his WBC title on the road when he faces Whyte at Wembley Stadium on April 23, however, the pair are stated to combating behind the scenes already.  

Eddie has revealed the extent of their bickering and even raised concern over whether or not the blockbuster bout will even occur by saying he ‘hopes they each get within the ring’.  

Eddie Hearn is 'glad' to be taking a backseat role in the Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte fight

 Eddie Hearn is ‘glad’ to be taking a backseat position within the Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte fight

Speaking TalkSPORT, Hearn stated: ‘There’s simply hundreds of completely different issues to resolve. I do not suppose it is gonna have an effect on the fight.

‘But, to be trustworthy with you, I’m so glad I’m not concerned. Because I’ll simply flip up or no matter I’ll do, tune in and watch it. Hopefully they each get within the ring and provides all people a fantastic fight.’ 

After months of backwards and forwards between the 2 heavyweights, the 2 lastly agreed to settle issues contained in the ring which can see Fury put his WBC heavyweight title on the road at Wembley Stadium on April 23.

However, the build-up to the fight has already had its truthful share of twists and turns with Whyte leaving it late to signal the contract. 

The Gypsy King will put his title on the line against Whyte at Wembley Stadium on April 23

 The Gypsy King will put his title on the road towards Whyte at Wembley Stadium on April 23

However, Hearn says Whyte (above) and Fury have already been fighting behind the scenes

However, Hearn says Whyte (above) and Fury have already been combating behind the scenes  

There have been fears that Whyte could not agree to the deal in any respect in consequence of the dispute over the purse cut up, which favours his opponent by 80-20.  

However, Whyte determined to put pen to paper on the deadline day in February to affirm the field office bout. 

Although, he hit the headlines only a couple of weeks later when he refused to attend a last-minute press convention with Fury as a result of he did not get a correct invitation to the Wembley occasion. 

It can be believed the pair have disagreed over picture rights and ticket allocations amongst different issues. 

AJ is due to fight Usyk for a second time next year after losing his WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO belts

AJ is due to fight Usyk for a second time subsequent year after dropping his WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO belts

However, Usyk's home country is under invasion from Russia - throwing the bout into question

However, Usyk’s residence nation is below invasion from Russia – throwing the bout into question 

As a consequence, Hearn stated he was grateful to be taking a again seat when it comes to organising the highly-anticipated fight. 

However, the promoter did share his ideas on who he thinks will win the fight. Speaking to TalkSPORT, Hearn stated: ‘Tyson Fury for my part does not carry the facility to take Dillian Whyte out.

‘I consider truly once they commerce up left hooks Tyson Fury will go to sleep, and he’ll go to sleep in spherical 11.’

Hearn went on to clarify the present scenario between Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk.  

AJ is due to face Usyk for a second time this year after dropping his WBA, WBO, IBF and IBO belts on a unanimous factors determination in entrance of a sell-out crowd at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in September final year. 

Therefore, negotiations over their re-match has taken a backseat according to Hearn

Therefore, negotiations over their re-match has taken a backseat in accordance to Hearn 

However, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has delayed negotiations between AJ and Usyk. But, Hearn revealed Usyk’s promoter was going to converse with him on Tuesday. 

He stated: ‘No. I believe Alex Krassyuk [Usyk’s promoter] stated we’re gonna catch up at the moment [Tuesday]. 

‘But I did suppose yesterday or the day earlier than that Usyk truly would take the fight – that was sort of the vibe that I used to be getting once more.

‘But now with Vasyl Lomachenko [opting to stay in Ukraine], I believe it makes it extra probably that he will not.

‘But all we wanna say is, ‘We’ll provide the time, it is no drawback, however we would like to fight in between. So that is what we have gotta determine.’

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