Frank Warren joines Wilder in critisim over Joshua-Miller

Tyson Fury’s promoter – Frank Warren accused his rival, Eddie Hearn in greediness because of the demands Hearn had for a potential Joshua-Whyte fight.

Deontay Wilder, who was the other big option in front of the Englishman, also critiqued the fight between  Joshua and Miller stating that ‘nobody in America knows them’.

Wilder, Fury and Dillian Whyte were all at one-time front leaders for a potential fight with ‘AJ’, but Hearn stressed out many times that the only real option in front of them is Miller.

Frank Warren though, thinks that the main reason for the failed negotiations between Hearn and him is the fact that Hearn was acting unprofessionally.

“Obviously they didn’t want to pay Dillian Whyte the money, that is why the fight didn’t take place at Wembley, so they had no alternative than to go to the States. They didn’t have an event that would sell out Wembley.

They put themselves in that position. They could have taken $50million to fight Deontay Wilder last year. They were offered 50million guarantee and 30million for the rematch. I think Dillian Whyte has actually seen the paperwork as well.

“I remember I was on this programme with Tony Bellew and he said it was a load of rubbish but as has been proven it was an offer that was made and has now been acknowledged. Even Barry Hearn said it was made.

“You can’t go on forever just putting on fights where you are putting a guy on a card and thinking it will fill up”, said Warren.


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