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Eddie Hearn explains why Anthony Joshua will knock Tyson Fury ‘spark out’ and put him into retirement

Eddie Hearn is extremely confident that Anthony Joshua beats Tyson Fury should they ever fight.

This comes after Fury put in a lacklustre performance on Saturday night against Francis Ngannou, as he struggled to a split decision victory after getting dropped.

After watching Fury's fight with Ngannou


After watching Fury’s fight with NgannouCredit: Riyadh Season
Hearn is more confident than ever that Joshua beats 'The Gypsy King'


Hearn is more confident than ever that Joshua beats ‘The Gypsy King’Credit: Eddie Hearn – Instagram

And this has made Hearn even more sure of the fact that Joshua beats Fury if they step in the ring one day.

“I’m telling you and I say it with a big chest and all my heart and now all my brain, Anthony Joshua beats Tyson Fury everyday of the week, he knocks him spark out,” Hearn told IFL TV.

“And you can go around and say he’s frozen out, he’s a dosser, I’m a dosser, whatever.

“We saw on Saturday night, we know the weaknesses, there [points at head] and there [points at chin] aren’t what they used to be.

“Make the fight, AJ against Fury… You have to make the AJ fight, you cannot retire without fighting Anthony Joshua.

“But, he’ll do the job for you because he’ll put you into retirement, I promise you that.”

With that being said, before a fight with Joshua can materialise, Fury first has to get past Oleksandr Usyk.

‘The Gypsy King’ is contractually obliged to fight Usyk with the pair having already signed to fight.

The expected date was either December 23 or January early next year, but that may have been delayed due to Fury sustaining more damage than anticipated against Ngannou.

The latest reports from ESPN’s Mike Coppinger say that the undisputed heavyweight world title clash between Fury and Usyk is now being planned for February in Saudi Arabia.

Eddie Hearn reacts to Tyson Fury’s win over Francis Ngannou and says Anthony Joshua would knock Fury out ‘in 6 rounds rounds’


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