Tyson Fury launches X-rated attack at ‘w*****’ Eddie Hearn due to Canelo Alvarez

Tyson Fury has launched an astonishing X-Rated attack on Eddie Hearn, calling the promoter an “absolute w*****” and a “p****.”

Fury, who is signed to Hearn’s great rival Frank Warren and American promoter Bob Arum, hit out at the Matchroom chief over his promotion of the super-middleweight unification bout between Billy Joe Saunders and Canelo Alvarez.

The pair are due to meet in Las Vegas on May 8th, but Fury, who is a close friend of Saunders, isn’t happy with the way the British fighter has been treated in the lead up to the bout.

In a shocking Instagram tirade, Fury accused Hearn of favouring Canelo – despite Hearn being Saunders’ promoter.

“I think Matchroom boxing and Eddie Hearn are absolute w*****s,” Fury barked in a video on his Instagram story.

“They are up Canelo Alvarez's ring piece a million miles, look on the f***ing webpage. ‘Oh Canelo, Canelo’ – do you promote Billy Joe or not you w***ing p****.

“Frank Warren is worth 10 of you Eddie, you little sausage. He knows how to promote fighters, that's why he's a Hall of Fame promoter.”

Fury’s outburst is even more shocking given the Gypsy King met up with Hearn earlier this month.

The duo bumped into each other while on business in Vegas with the venue for Fury’s fight with Anthony Joshua still to be confirmed.

Hearn told Behind The Gloves : "I saw Tyson yesterday. I just messaged him and said, 'I'm in Vegas, I'm in your hotel if you fancy a cuppa'.

"We just had five or 10 minutes together and it was good, because I don't represent Tyson Fury, so I don't know what is in his mind.

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