Eddie Hearn names the THREE fighters he would love to sign for Matchroom Boxing

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Sky Sports Boxing provide some more context for Eddie Hearn, Matchroom Boxing’s charismatic leader. Hearn talks about the three fighters he would dearly love to sign.

Anna Woolhouse is joined by Eddie Hearn for the latest episode of ‘Doing The Rounds’. What was the toughest fight he’s had to make? Who are the three fighters he would love to sign? And what would he be doing if he wasn’t a boxing promoter?

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