The 30-year-old has responded after Hearn branded him ‘the most unentertaining fighter I’ve ever seen’
Tyson Fury has sensationally claimed that he was paid a total of £10million for his last two fights against Sefer Seferi and Francesco Pianeta.
The former unified heavyweight champion sent a series of Tweets about his earnings after Anthony Joshua’s promoter Eddie Hearn called him the most unentertaining fighter he’d ever seen.
Fury started by ‘exposing’ what he claims is part of an offer Hearn sent to him, to try and sign him last year.
The Matchroom Sports head previously admitted that he’d pursued the 30-year-old, however the fighter has now publicly posted the alleged private and confidential offer on social media.
The screenshot showed Hearn’s supposed plan to sign the ‘Gypsy King’ to a three-fight deal, paying him £3million for his first bout against a tune-up opponent.
Tyson Fury ended up instead signing with rival promoter Frank Warren and BT Sport.
He declared that he has been paid £5million for each of his last two tune-ups as a result, against Sefer Seferi and Francesco Pianeta.