A great deal. That is the straightforward answer. Both Joshua and Fury have effectively made upwards of £40million for their separate battles with Ruiz Jr and Wilder.
So when they battle one another, anticipate that the figures should be finally twofold that.
Hearn also talked a week ago about how he anticipates that the pair should make ‘Mayweather cash,’ referring to Floyd’s terrific totes used to pull in for his battles.
“It’s positively, I think, you know, the greatest battle, the most worthwhile battle, in boxing at this moment – irrefutably,” Hearn said.
“That is Mayweather cash. Do you know? Also, we haven’t seen Mayweather cash since Mayweather.
“I believe it’s difficult to give a number. There are no set satchels for this battle because, clearly, it’s an income share. Be that as it may, it’s surely going to break records all over.”
It’s been conjectured, nonetheless, that the pair could acquire £80m each.