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Fury came under-fire for his performance in Saudi Arabia on the opening day of Riyadh Season as he hit the canvas in the third round of their crossover bout and struggled to impose himself.
When asked about what is next for Fury, Hearn said he ‘wouldn’t be surprised if the Gypsy King retired’.
Speaking to Mail Sport, Hearn said: ‘It depends on how he takes the criticism, which he doesn’t take very well.
Eddie Hearn has admitted he wouldn't be surprised if Tyson Fury (pictured) retires from boxing
Fury survived a scare to beat MMA star Francis Ngannou in a crossover event by split decision
Hearn (pictured) said Fury's future will depend on how he takes the criticism, which 'he doesn't take very well'
'It wasn’t a taxing fight physically. He got dropped hand hurt multiple times. But for me, I would like to see a fighter take two to three months out after a fight like that. Probably six to eight weeks, go on holiday.
‘Three or four weeks isn’t enough. By the