TYSON FURY has launched another stinging attack on Eddie Hearn and his Matchroom stable.
The Gypsy King also warned the star promoter needs to cough up a huge sum of money if he wants the Anthony Joshua bout to go ahead.
Fury, 35, has long axed Hearn and his Matchroom boxing for his talks about a Battle of Britain clash between him and AJ.
The Essex promoter, 44, has recently revealed he is certain a historic showdown between the British boxers is still on the cards.
But the WBC Heavyweight champion hit back to confirm that there is no chance of the bout happening now.
He then slammed that Hearn is only getting publicity by mentioning the Fury vs Joshua showdown as his Matchroom stable has "gone down the toilet."
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The Gypsy King said: "Eddie Hearn has to speak about that a potential fight with Anthony Joshua because his full stable has gone down the toilet.
"The only time he gets any relevance is when he talks about Tyson Fury so if I were him, I’d talk about Tyson Fury too. The golden goose is done.
"The fox has got in the pen and killed it, it’s over. All he talks about is Tyson Fury and that’s because it’s the only way he will gets publicity.
"But, I told them in December, this is the final opportunity you guys are ever going to get to fight me so take it today or don’t. And they didn’t. So, they’re out in the cold. Frozen."
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The Mancunian has moved on from the British brawl and is set to take on UFC heavyweight champion Francis Ngannou this Saturday.
Meanwhile, fellow Brit Joshua had his fight with Dillian Whyte cancelled due to the Body Snatcher's failed drug test.
And ended up taking on Finnish boxer Robert Helenius.
However, Hearn remains certain the British duo will fight after Fury's bout against Oleksandr Usyk on December 23rd and AJ's fight with Deontay Wilder in the new year.
The Matchroom promoter even insisted Fury would make over £100million if both he and AJ win their upcoming bouts.
When asked if the money would change his mind, Fury questioned where Hearn was getting this huge lump of cash from.
He said: "I'm not sure who is going to give us the £100m each. Who is going to pay it?
"Eddie Hearn hasn’t got it. Eddie Hearn ain’t got it.
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'Eddie Hearn ain’t got 20 per cent of that. So, who is going to pay us the £100m each? If he does know someone who is going to give us £100m each then give us a call.
"I will just add that £100m to the other £200/£300m I’ve already got."
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