TYSON FURY brilliantly hit back at Eddie Hearn over the promoter’s claims he was 'swanning around' in his Las Vegas hotel.
The WBC heavyweight champion jetted out to Sin City earlier this month to train with cutman Jorge Capetillo.
Talks continue to rumble on over his heavyweight title unification fight with Anthony Joshua.
But now the Gypsy King's attention appears to have turned to living his best life and calling out athletes from different sports.
That appeared to have annoyed Hearn, who told talkSPORT last week: “Tyson Fury’s getting right up my nostrils as well.
“He’s a great fighter and he’s a great talker as well.
“I just think when I look at those two together – you’ve got one guy working behind closed doors in Finchley with a dream to become undisputed champion.
“And then you’ve got another bloke who’s swanning around in a suite at the encore in Las Vegas, wearing terrible Versace shirts, screaming on social media all day calling everyone a dosser.”
However, Fury appears to have taken Hearn’s remarks in his stride, and he could not resist poking fun at him via his Instagram over the weekend.
The 32-year-old shared a clip of him and trainer SugarHill Steward dressed in bright yellow and blue respective dressing gowns in a casino.
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“Here we are, two bosses on the casino floor Versaced up, breakfast by the pool” said Fury.
“LIving the dream. Eddie, wish you could be him but you’re not.”
Matchroom boxing chief Hearn said last week he is hoping to officially announce Joshua vs Fury in the coming days with a site and venue agreement finally inching closer.
He said: “I think if we’re not done by the end of next week then we do have a problem.
“I believe you’ll get an announcement next week, I do.
“This morning we received another draft back from the site for the final form. This is a major, major commercial deal.
“We’re talking about major legal companies that are across these drafts, it goes back, then it has to go to about three or four different parties from Tyson Fury’s side, then it goes to our side, AJ’s side, then it goes to the site agreement, the government.
It’s not something that’s turned around in a few days. We’re right across it, we can’t do any more.
“I’m a one-man army going out to make this fight.
“Like I said, no help from them, all they do is criticise, sitting in his gaff in Beverley Hills, Bob Arum, moaning.
“Get off your backside and do something about it yourself. No, I’ll tell you what, leave it to Eddie.
“Alright, well if you’re gonna leave it to me, be quiet and wait for the contract to come in. It’s on.
“Everybody’s agreed that this fight is happening and I cannot wait because Tyson Fury is going to get knocked out by Anthony Joshua.”
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