Tyson Fury brands Eddie Hearn a 'w***er' and claims Matchroom promoter favours Canelo Alvarez to Billy Joe Saunders

TYSON FURY has labelled Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearn as a 'w*****' after claiming he is favouring Saul Alvarez over Billy Joe Saunders.

Despite Hearn handling the affairs of the WBO super-middleweight champion, the Gypsy King believes no attention has been given to his close friend.

Saunders is scheduled to face the WBA and WBC champ on May 8 at the AT&T Stadium in what has he potential to be the Fight of the Year.

The unbeaten Brit has been training out in Las Vegas with Fury for the unification contest where he appears to be in the shape of his life.

And WBC heavyweight king Fury has been left outraged at how the two-weight world champion has been treated in the build-up.

He took to his Instagram story where he launched into a X-rated tirade on Hearn, where he also insisted that Frank Warren is worth ten of him.

Fury said: "I think Matchroom Boxing and Eddie Hearn are absolute w******.

"They're up Canelo Alvarez's ring piece a million miles. Look on the f****** web page, all Canelo, Canelo, Canelo.

"Do you promote Billy Joe or what you little w****** p****?"

Saunders then interjected, as he quipped: "You're a lying b****** Eddie."


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Before Fury added: "Frank Warren is worth ten of you Eddie, you little sausage.

"He knows how to promote fighters, that's why he is a Hall of Fame promoter."

Fury – who is looking in incredible shape for his undisputed match-up against Anthony Joshua – is confident Saunders will inflict a first defeat on Canelo since his loss to Floyd Mayweather in 2013.

He remarked: "I think Billy Joe gives him a boxing lesson. That’s what I’m here to see and that’s what I think will happen.

"I think everyone raves on about Canelo and how good he is and how he’s such a great guy.

"But I just think every time Billy Joe steps into the pressure cooker he delivers, much like myself."

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