Tyson Fury has offered Derek Chisora trilogy fight despite Anthony Joshua talks 'getting there', says Eddie Hearn | The Sun

EDDIE HEARN claimed Tyson Fury has offered Derek Chisora a trilogy fight – despite ongoing talks with Anthony Joshua.

Fury has grown increasingly frustrated having sent AJ a 60/40 deal in his favour for a world title clash on December 3 in Cardiff.

But Hearn insisted there are still details to be ironed out with meetings and negotiations actively taking place.

That is between both Matchroom and Queensberry promotions, as well as broadcasters BT Sport, DAZN and ESPN.

Fury, 34, spoke out to demand the deal be signed TODAY, having previously given Joshua, 32, until last Friday.

Speaking to Behind The Gloves, Hearn hit back: "I haven't actually got anything negative to say about, 'Oh, Queensberry have done this.'

"And I don't think they could either. It's just Tyson Fury.

"In the meantime, he's offered fights to Manuel Charr, he's offered a fight to Derek Chisora, yesterday I think.

"Yet he rears his head today and says, 'OK, I'll give you until today.' It's like, it ain't going to get done today."

Earlier today, Fury said he was convinced by promoter Warren to extend his deadline for Joshua.

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But the Gypsy King has now claimed AJ is out for good, once again turning his attention to Charr, 37.

Fury said: "Manuel Charr, so it seems now that AJ's finally out, he's ducked his way out, s***bag, coward.

"And you're the man that wants to fight and I like that. I like the fact that you're very vocal and you're calling for a fight like a real man should do.

"Any man that wants to fight another man should call him out, like as you've been doing to me.

"So, I accept your challenge Manuel Charr, let's get it on motherf***er."

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Warren also voiced his frustration at a deal not yet being struck.

He said on talkSPORT: “We’ve done all that’s necessary with BT, ESPN and DAZN. They’re all happy.

“We gave them a contract. They’ve had it for two weeks and it hasn’t come back yet.

“Ticketing and the venue is ready to go. We’ve agreed transparency with them.

“Everything in the pot. Everything they needed – co-promotion, the lot – we’ve bent over backwards. We’ve not had anything back.

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“I had a bet with Tyson that we’d get it done in the next few days. He said, ‘No, Joshua doesn’t want the fight’. I’ve lost the bet.

“Joshua said he wanted the fight – so let’s get it done. I don’t understand this.”

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