“I think I would [work with him again]. James, I see him as a friend. But I just think that the way he’s managed his career has been a shambles from start to finish. He’s been everywhere. He was with [Frank] Warren, then [Mick] Hennessy, then he’s come to us, then he signed with [Al] Haymon. He’s not boxing often, then he’s boxing in the States. Then he’s back in the UK. Now he’s signed with Warren again,” Hearn told Boxing News.
DeGale had a one-fight deal with Frank Warren, with a view to possibly continuing the arrangement in future.