Yep, Fury is my favourite HW but I'm just frustrated with his his last 18 months has gone. Some of it can't be helped (arbitration, ESPN perhaps not wanting to fund a fight with Takan/Kabayal as part of his deal). It's just a shame he's been pretty poorly managed by Arum & Co. Lots can be said about Hearn but generally he looks after his fighters. He's steered Joshua's career very well and has even made the likes of Whyte and Chisora regular PPV fighters. He would never go to MR to play second fiddle to Joshua, but I think Hearn promoting Fury in an alternate reality would've been fascinating.