Tyson Fury Vs. Anthony Joshua tipped the pay-per-view record

by: tailgate-rivals


Boxing promoter Eddie Hearn believes Tyson Fury versus Anthony Joshua will produce 3 MILLION pay-per-view buys.

The undoubted obstacle of the clash between world heavyweight champions Fury and Joshua is approaching the official announcement ahead of the summer period.

And Hearn backed the whole British fight to break the UK’s PPV records completely, calling Fury Vs. Joshua “one of the biggest fights ever” and “the biggest sporting event of the year.

When asked if the match could reach 2.5 million PPV purchases as suggested by Frank Warren, the head of the Matchroom replied, “More!”

He went on to say that he expects to buy 3 million PPV: “I think this is buying 3 million.

“You will never, ever have a fight like this again.

Joshua Vs. Wladimir Klitschko remains the grossest PPV in the UK with 1.5 million signatures.

Hearn’s predicted figure for Fury vs Joshua will double the UK’s current PPV record.

He also previously said the PPV will not cost £ 40 after Simon Jordan suggested Sky Sports raise the price of the event.

Hearn explained: “I don’t know where these rumors are coming from.

“Again, I haven’t discussed the price of the PPV, I certainly don’t think it will be £ 40.

“So, nothing has been discussed, nothing has been established.

“I started getting some tweets and some direct messages, ‘You’re a shame! £ 40 PPV.’

“I was like, ‘Where did you come from? No discussion.

“I like Simon Jordan, but I don’t know where they got it from?”