Swedish heavyweight contender, Otto Wallin (25-1, 14 KOs), has voiced criticism over the negotiation methods employed by WBC heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury (33-0-1, 24 KOs).
Wallin remarked, "Of course, I'm not involved in the negotiations he's leading, but if you look at it from the outside, it might seem that Fury is complicating things too much."
He also expressed, "He's definitely hard to deal with because he contradicts himself all the time." According to Wallin, the root of the issue rests within Tyson Fury himself.
Delving into Fury's fight schedule, Wallin highlighted, "Fury still hasn't boxed - he was in the ring against Derek Chisora in December and could easily have had at least one fight to defend his title. But he didn't."
The Swede pointed out Fury's frequent claims of attempting to schedule fights with everyone, but supposedly finding no one willing to face him. Wallin questioned the truthfulness of these claims, stating: "I don't think anyone believes him when he says it."