Eddie Hearn, Anthony Joshua’s promoter, teases Tyson Fury’s next fight, calling it a “brilliant contest.”

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Anthony Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn shareed his thoughts on who should be Tyson Fury’s next opponent. The Gypsy King won an enthralling fight with Deontay Wilder after he knocked him out in the 11th round.

Anthony Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn has hinted at Tyson Fury’s next fight. Many are wondering who is next in line to challenge the undefeated WBC heavyweight champion following his sensational knockout victory over Deontay Wilder.

The pair engaged in battle for the third time and it was arguably the most exciting fight in their trilogy.

And Hearn, 42, believes The Gypsy King’s next challenger should be Dillian Whyte.

The 33-year-old will next step in the ring at the end of the month to face Otto Wallin and should he emerge victorious, the pair clashing over 12 rounds looks to be a distinct possibility.

Hearn spoke with iFL TV and outlined the future matches he would like to see take place in the heavyweight boxing division.

“Dillian Whyte is the mandatory for Tyson Fury, and that’ll be called in 30 days time,” Hearn said.

“Obviously, Dillian has a massive fight at the O2 with Otto Wallin,  but he’s the mandatory challenger for Tyson Fury. It’s a brilliant fight. I’d like to see Tyson back in the UK. He hasn’t boxed in the UK in three years or four years. It’s a massive fight for the division.

“You’ve got to give Dillian credit for going in there. He fought [Alexander] Povetkin before, and he had to come back and win that rematch.

“Now he goes in for another tough fight against Otto Wallin, and he’s ready to make a statement on October 30th and then move forward and fight Tyson Fury. He’s mandatory now.”

However, John Fury, Tyson’s father, is keen for his son to fight Oleskandr Usyk – who defeated Anthony Joshua last month and will face the Brit in a rematch next year.

The Ukranian is now the holder of WBA (Super), IBF, WBO and IBO and an undisputed unification fight with Fury would be a mouthwatering encounter.

“He’s gotta go look for Usyk or nothing, in my idea,’ he told talkSPORT. ‘It’s Usyk next, or nothing. I wouldn’t bother with the rest of them, they’re not in Tyson’s class.

“Would Dillian Whyte deal with Deontay Wilder? No. So why would they wanna put him in with my. “Brinkwire Summary News”.

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