Eddie Hearn is amused that Andy Ruiz Jr.is saying that he wants $50 million if he's to travel to the United Kingdom to defend his IBF/WBA/WBO heavyweight titles against Anthony Joshua in a rematch in November.
Joshua's next date in the ring is likely to come around November when he'll take on Ruiz Jr in a rematch and try and win back his three versions of the world heavyweight title.
Here's what Ruiz recently said to Fighthub about wanting $50 million to fight AJ in the UK: "If they want me to go over there, they've got to give me $50 million dollars". In what world could he ever beat me?
"Everybody thought that man could beat me", said Fury. What were people seeing?
He explained: "I'm usually quite jealous of how they all look, me being a fat man and they are all ripped, it's not something I watch to watch all the time!"
While the terms for the location may have already been dictated to Ruiz Jr, by the contract he signed before the first fight, he has made it clear what he wants.
But Fury, who shed around 10 stone in a bid to reestablish himself as the dominant heavyweight in the world, insists body shape is no indicator for success.
"Physically Joshua could out-train everyone", he added.
"He would break every heart monitor, has probably worn out every treadmill in the gym, smashes the bag, it's all very unimportant".
At some point you'd hope that AJ will fight both Wilder and Fury and then you might see his fellow Brit throw a few dossers in his direction.
Wilder and Fury fought to a draw in Los Angeles in December after an epic 12-round battle at the Staples Center.
Fury said: "I've been hurt 1,000 times but Wilder didn't hurt me once".
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