Tyson Fury blasts 't**' Eddie Hearn for saying Canelo Alvarez 'can't be beaten' after losing to Floyd Mayweather

TYSON FURY has blasted boxing promoter Eddie Hearn as a 't*t' for saying Canelo Alvarez can't be beaten.

The Mexican faces WBO super-middleweight champ and Fury's good friend Billy Joe Saunders on May 8.


Canelo has one defeat on his record – coming in 2013 against the legendary Floyd Mayweather.

Fury uploaded a clip of Hearn talking about Canelo, with the Matchroom boss saying he was 'in awe' of the multi-weight champ and that he 'can't be beaten'.

Fury wrote alongside the clip: "OMG get his b***s out of your mouth t*t.

"He did get beat t*t."

And the Gypsy King wasn't finished there with his criticism for Hearn.

The WBC heavyweight champ uploaded anothwer clip showing the promoter saying that Canelo is 'essentially my boss, and same with Anthony Joshua'.

Fury labelled Hearn a 'b**l carrier' and then suggested Hearn, who promotes BOTH boxers, was backing Canelo over Saunders.

And it's not the first time Fury has gone with that train of thought.

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He recently labelled Matchroom promoter Eddie Hearn as a 'w****r' for favouring Canelo.

The unbeaten Brit has been training out in Las Vegas with Fury for the unification contest where he appears to be in the shape of his life.

And WBC heavyweight king Fury has been left outraged at how the two-weight world champion has been treated in the build-up.

He took to his Instagram story where he launched into a X-rated tirade on Hearn, where he also insisted that Frank Warren is worth ten of him.

Fury said: "I think Matchroom Boxing and Eddie Hearn are absolute w******.

"They're up Canelo Alvarez's ring piece a million miles. Look on the f****** web page, all Canelo, Canelo, Canelo.

"Do you promote Billy Joe or what you little w****** p****?"

Saunders then interjected, as he quipped: "You're a lying b****** Eddie."

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