I've always found Hearn's behaviour in all this, a bit perplexing. Why risk so much on Benn? Assumption is that Hearn is contractually obligated to maximise Benn's income from boxing, and given the legal costs, Benn is now pushing to make that agreement work. So now Hearn is both due to be repaid advances for legal fees, whilst having to "act in the best interests of the fighter" which probably doesn't include just getting his money back. Complete guesswork btw.