Eddie Hearn says he’s ‘not keen’ to suck Tyson Fury’s nuts in response to Gypsy King

EDDIE HEARN has responded to Tyson Fury's recent explicit remarks – by saying he is not a fan of the Gypsy King's nuts.

Anthony Joshua's promoter and the 29-year-old boxer have an ongoing feud with Hearn claiming that reports of a potential Deontay Wilder-Fury fight are wide of the mark.

 Hearn has hit back at Fury's remarks, saying he is not keen

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Hearn has hit back at Fury's remarks, saying he is not keen
 Fury has claimed he has secured a fight with WBC champion Wilder, despite recent two-and-a-year break from boxing

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Fury has claimed he has secured a fight with WBC champion Wilder, despite recent two-and-a-year break from boxing

The former heavyweight champion has declared that he will be getting in the ring with the American for the WBC world title in December.

Hearn, 39, who had been trying for months to arrange Wilder to fight Joshua, branded the deal as ridiculous, only for Fury to respond on Instagram, saying: "Eddie Hearn can suck my big hairy b*******, one at a time preferably."

And now the Matchroom promoter has once again responded, telling iFL TV, via Bad Left Hook: "I'm not very keen on sucking Tyson Fury's nuts, but he does make me laugh."

Eddie Hearn gives us the latest on Tyson Fury, Deontay Wilder and Anthony Joshua

 Wilder will, reportedly, fight Fury in December

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Wilder will, reportedly, fight Fury in December
 Joshua was expected to have a unification fight with Wilder but must take on Alexander Povetkin as the WBA's mandatory challenger

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Joshua was expected to have a unification fight with Wilder but must take on Alexander Povetkin as the WBA's mandatory challenger

Tyson Fury slams Anthony Joshua and Eddie Hearn claiming he can’t do business with a pair of villains

Fury only returned to boxing after a two-and-a-half year absence with a win over Albania's Sefer Seferi at the Manchester Arena.

He now heads to Belfast to take on Francesco Pianeta of Italy as he continues his comeback.

Fury claims that he thrashed a deal out for the Wilder fight in two days, despite Hearn's attempts to secure a showdown with WBO, WBA, IBF and IBO title holder Joshua.

Wembley has been made available for the potential unification epic on April 13 next year.

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EDDIE HEARN has responded to Tyson Fury's recent explicit remarks – by saying he is not a fan of the Gypsy King's nuts.