Eddie Hearn admitted he’s fed up of speaking about Deontay Wilder, insisting ‘no one gives a moneky’s’ concerning the American heavyweight.
Wilder was quick to stick the knife in after Anthony Joshua’s unanimous factors win over Andy Ruiz in Saudia Arabia, which noticed him reclaim the WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO titles he misplaced to the Mexican in June, claiming it solely served as extra proof that he’s the heavyweight king.
‘Joshua did what he had to do to get the win. He ran around the ring and was on his bike all day,’ the WBC champion advised The Athletic.
‘Basically, he had Klitschko in the camp and he was a lot like Klitschko. That jab-grab-hold method. That’s all he did tonight.
‘You want to dominate guys, man. Maybe I’m simply too tough, too hard-core and an excessive amount of of a dream for this time and period, perhaps the world desires that good s***.
‘My mentality is so completely different from these different fighters. But once I consider myself as a champion, you wish to come out there and whoop his ass.
‘I’m not coming in, after dropping to this guy, to simply dance and seize and jab and maintain. I’m going to point out the world and persuade them I’m the easiest and that nobody is near me.
‘How can no-one say I’m not the easiest on this planet now?’
But Joshua’s promoter Hearn was tired of Wilder’s newest makes an attempt to rile AJ’s camp. claiming nobody is serious about his fights.
‘We spend too much energy and time talking about Wilder who, in the grand scheme of things, has just boxed in America at Las Vegas and sold 7,000 f***ing tickets. No-one gives a monkey’s about Wilder. Sorry, it’s true.’