‘No loyalty in the game’ – Tyson Fury slams Sky Sports and Matchroom ‘b*****s’ after split ahead of Joshua vs Usyk | The Sun

TYSON FURY has claimed that there is "no loyalty" in boxing following the split between Sky Sports and Matchroom Boxing.

Earlier this year, Eddie Hearn agreed a five-year deal with streaming service DAZN to replace Sky Sports as Matchroom's exclusive broadcast partner in the UK and Ireland.


But Fury, 34, has since slammed both Hearn and Sky for allowing the deal to happen.

In a passionate rant on social media, he said: "The funniest thing I've seen in a long time is how the whole of Matchroom and Eddie Hearn and all of Sky, Adam Smith, Johnny Nelson. Everybody.

"They're all at each other's throats because they've all split up and they're all arguing like cat and mouse.

"All arguing like a lot of children. 'He should do this he should do that.'

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"And once upon a time they were all stuck up each other's a****.

"Now, if they had anything on each other they'd all be grassing each other up like little b******. I've never seen anything like it my whole life.

"All of you lot are going to be ashamed of yourselves.

"No loyalty in the game and it's all about who can get what. You've showed your true colours."

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He posted the rant just a matter of hours before the highly anticipated heavyweight bout between Matchroom's most popular athlete Anthony Joshua and Oleksandr Usyk.

The fight will be broadcast on Sky Box Office, marking the final appearance of AJ on the network before he makes the move to DAZN.

Fury, who announced that he was retiring last week, is expected make another retirement U-turn after the big event.

He could be set to fight the winner of the huge bout, potentially setting up the long-awaited 'Battle of Britain' if AJ were to come away with the victory.

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