“Joshua doesn’t take the risk, Deontay Wilder doesn’t take the rematch, and let’s get it on.”
Discussing the split, which has proved a barricade in previous negotiations between the pair’s camps, Warren added: “Fury is the No 1. On the generous side, give 50-50?
“Joshua is spoilt goods. You saw what happened in New York [against Andy Ruiz last June]. And he came back and beat a guy who trained in his fridge.
“Come on, this is different gravy you’ve got here [with Fury]. He’s the number one fighter, Joshua’s in the slipstream.”