Tyson Fury’s fight against Otto Wallin assessed by Eddie Hearn

Eddie Hearn has questioned whether Tyson Fury can fulfil his ambitions of regaining a world heavyweight title after taking’simple’ fights in preparation.
Former world champion Fury claims calendar year it is going to establish a rematch against WBC titleholder Deontay Wilder and confronts Otto Wallin on Saturday.
“Fury has easy fights that nobody is considering,” explained Anthony Joshua’s promoter Hearn. “He assumed to be the greatest heavyweight on the planet? Nobody is talking about his struggle.
“The fascination in Fury is diminishing. It is nearly a year because he and Wilder battled and what has occurred? Nothing.”
Asked if Fury may be tempted to struggle Joshua eventually, Hearn said:”Fury is a rival and can be up for a struggle, however, he is having battles where he can’t get beaten. His profile will dip and his hunger might also.”
Joshua, that expects to recover the IBF, WBA, and WBO titles out of Andy Ruiz on December 7 live on Sky Sports Box Office, has been critical of Fury’s decision to carry on Wallin.
Joshua stated:”I fought with Wallin as a amateur. [Fury and Wilder ] will be the cream of this crop and shouldn’t be fighting these type of individuals. I can not fight Wallin, I don’t think I can ever combat lower-tier heavyweights.”
Fury defeated Tom Schwarz in two rounds after a draw with Wilder, in his latest fight.
Sweden’s Wallin is unbeaten in 21 struggles, and really will be removed from his very best result, a victory against his 24, a year Adrian Granat.
“Otto had a wonderful camp and could not be in a far better physical or mental state,” his promoter Dmitriy Salita told Sky Sports.
“He’s coming to jolt the world – and he’s in the mental condition to get it done.”
Wallin said:”[Fury] can do whatever he wants with respect to taking me seriously or not.
“Fury showed a fantastic chin and a lot of heart in that struggle [from Wilder], but possibly those shots have taken something from him”

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