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Tony Bellew is still without an official opponent but promoter Eddie Hearn is fairly confident that an opponent will be announced soon.

The promoter revealed who he would like to see Bellew fight next.

“We’re quite close with next fight as well. He’ll be boxing in the UK. A couple of guys still in the mix. I like the Ward fight for Tony. I know it’s a tough fight but he has a big size advantage over Ward,” told Hearn.

He then went into detail about why Ward would be a good challenge for Bellew.

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