Eddie Hearn explains why he believes Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury rematch might not happen

The promoter is sceptical about the two heavyweights actually facing off again next year (Picture: Getty)

Eddie Hearn has questioned whether a rematch between Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury will actually go ahead and has mocked the lack of hype surrounding the Gypsy Kings next bout.

Fury takes on Otto Wallin in Las Vegas next weekend, which is expected to be his final outing before a long-awaited rematch with WBC heavyweight champion Wilder in February 2020.

But the Bronze Bomber has said recently that he would want Fury to step aside so he can unify the division against the winner of Andy Ruiz v Anthony Joshua, and AJs promoter isnt sure the fight will go ahead.

Eddie Hearn explains why Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury rematch won't happen
Hearn made similar claims before Fury and Wilders first fight last December (Picture: Getty)

Speaking about the much-anticipated rematch between Fury and Wilder, Hearn told IFL TV: God knows if that will even happen.



One, he [Wilder] hasnt announced his Luis Ortiz fight yet. I understand thats going to happen soon, the announcement.

But look at Furys fight this Saturday. No-one even knows hes fighting.

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ESPN and Bob Arum are having an absolute stinker because this fight is non-existent. Non-existent. There will be no-one in the arena, other than complimentary tickets.

I mean, Furys a genius, because hes done this big deal where hes just having all these easy fights.

But his profile is going like that [downhill] because no-one even knows hes fighting.

Eddie Hearn explains why Deontay Wilder v Tyson Fury rematch won't happen
After beating Tom Schwarz last time out, Fury now fights Otto Wallin (Picture: Getty)

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