Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder knockout: Dillian Whyte hits out at Eddie Hearn for tweet about Anthony Joshua

Dillian Whyte has hit out at his promoter Eddie Hearn on social media for his reaction to Tyson Fury’s knockout win over Deontay Wilder.

The ‘Gypsy King’ shocked the world by flooring the ‘Bronze Bomber’ twice before forcing his corner to throw in the towel after seven rounds.

Deontay Wilder was in a state of shock after Tyson Fury knocked him down

Deontay Wilder was in a state of shock after Tyson Fury knocked him down

Tyson Fury is the WBC, lineal and Ring Magazine heavyweight champion of the world

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Tyson Fury is the WBC, lineal and Ring Magazine heavyweight champion of the world

Promoter Hearn, who represents both Whyte and Anthony Joshua, called for an immediate undisputed fight between AJ and Fury in the aftermath.

Wilder holds a contractual clause which could trigger a trilogy fight with the Brit.

However, Hearn said: “No need for a third, let’s go straight to it in the summer. Undisputed.”

Dillian Whyte, who is WBC mandatory challenger for February 2021, replied: “How about doing what’s right and forcing him to fight me first as the number one challenger?”

The bout began with Fury surprising everybody by living up to his word and taking it to Wilder from the opening bell.

In the third round, he smashed home a right to the side of the champion’s head which sent him clattering down to the canvas.

He follows this up by flooring him again with a body shot in the fifth.

Then, come the seventh, Fury backed Wilder up into a corner, hammered home a straight right and began to unleash combinations, prompting the towel to be thrown in.

Referee Kenny Bayless separated the fighters and Fury is king of the world again.