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Eddie Hearn ‘really believes’ AJ will triumph with KO as Matchroom chief discusses potential Wembley showdown


Eddie Hearn’s perception that Anthony Joshua will knock out Tyson Fury grows with ‘each day that passes’ forward of the pair’s eagerly anticipated all-British heavyweight showdown.

The Matchroom chief revealed final week that the contracts are signed for the bout, with simply the date and venue left to be agreed in a profitable web site deal.

Eddie Hearn has backed his man to defeat Tyson Fury

Eddie Hearn has backed his man to defeat Tyson Fury

Hearn, who revealed on talkSPORT Breakfast that the combat may happen at Wembley Stadium in London, has backed his man to provide the products when he goes head-to-head with the Gypsy King.

“AJ, like Lawrence Okolie successful the world title final week, may be very inexperienced in boxing phrases,” Hearn defined.

“It is a man who had 40 newbie fights, which is totally nothing within the newbie code.

“He went on and gained silver on this planet championships, and truly ought to have gained gold there, and gained gold within the Olympics.

“After 16 fights he was difficult for the world title. After 18 fights he was combating Wladimir Klitschko for the unified title and after 20 fights he was unifying once more in opposition to Joseph Parker – so he needed to be taught in a short time.”

Hearn says AJ’s shock defeat to Ruiz Jr was an important learning curve

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Hearn says AJ’s shock defeat to Ruiz Jr was an vital studying curve

Hearn maintains that AJ’s shock defeat by the hands of Andy Ruiz Jr in December 2019 was a worthwhile studying curve for the Watford-born fighter.

“What you noticed at Madison Sq. Backyard in opposition to Andy Ruiz Jr within the first combat was every thing unfolding,” he continued.

“What he learnt from that have and the way he handled Ruiz within the rematch as nicely, he’s a seasoned fighter now.

“He’s 30 years of age and he’s within the absolute prime of his life. Tyson Fury has been combating because the age of 5 – 6, as early as he can keep in mind, he’s very skilled, he’s technically unbelievable, he’s very awkward and he is aware of his method across the ring.

“I simply imagine the momentum is with Anthony Joshua. Each time AJ fights he seems to be to get his man out of there earlier than the ultimate bell.

“This combat may go the space however I really imagine Anthony Joshua will cease him after they combat. Daily that passes I imagine it an increasing number of.”





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