Tyson Fury calls Jake Paul a 'w****r' and insists his younger brother Tommy will 'severely knock the YouTuber-turned-boxer out' during
Tyson Fury calls Jake Paul a ‘w****r’ and insists his younger brother Tommy will ‘severely knock the YouTuber-turned-boxer out’ during their December bout in Florida
- Tyson Fury has labelled Jake Paul as a ‘w****r’ ahead of his fight with Tommy
- Tommy Fury’s unbeaten start as a professional is on the line against Jake Paul
- The highly anticipated fight will take place on Saturday, December 18 in Florida
- Heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is training his younger brother for the fight
Tyson Fury called Jake Paul as a ‘w****r’ and said his brother Tommy is going to ‘severely knock him out’ during their December bout.
Fury, the younger brother of two-time heavyweight world champion Tyson, will take on Paul on December 18 in as he looks to maintain his unbeaten professional record.
The YouTuber-turned-boxer has won all four of his professional bouts but faces his toughest test yet in Fury – younger brother of heavyweight champion Tyson – who is also undefeated and boasts a genuine boxing background.
Tyson Fury (left) called Jake Paul as a ‘w****r’ and said his brother Tommy (second from the left) is going to ‘severely knock him out’ during their December bout
Fury, the younger brother of two-time heavyweight world champion Tyson, will take on Paul on December 18 in as he looks to maintain his unbeaten professional record
Speaking to Showtime ahead of the December, Tyson Fury said: ‘It’s good, it’s entertainment, it’s two young fellas putting it all on the line and someone’s O has to go.
‘Poor old Jake Paul is going to get severely knocked out.
‘Jake hasn’t done anything, a few months ago I thought he was good but now I think he’s a w*****.’
Paul (above) has won all four of his professional bouts but faces his toughest test yet in Fury
Tyson is currently training Tommy for the bout, which has been highly anticipated for months after Fury squared up to Paul in Cleveland in August following the pair’s respective wins over Anthony Taylor and Tyron Woodley.
Tyson previously told his brother that he would have to retire from boxing and change his last name if he loses to to Paul.
Speaking to Boxing Social before the fight was confirmed, Tyson said: ‘I think the fight needs to happen – Tommy and Jake will get the fight done.
‘If Tommy can’t splatter Jake Paul, I’ll retire him from boxing myself. If he can’t beat Jake Paul, forget about boxing.
‘Because he’s got ambitions of being a world champion, never mind beating some YouTube guy.
‘But it’s a great fight for the social media world and for all the kids out there who support them both.
‘It’s a great fight to watch, it’s a spectacle. But Tommy – his name’s Fury. If he can’t beat Jake Paul, I’ll have to change his name.’
Tyson (left) is currently training Tommy (right) for the bout, which has been highly anticipated for months after Fury squared up to Paul in Cleveland in August
Tyson previously told his brother (left) that he would have to retire from boxing and change his last name if he loses to to Paul
However, Tommy is confident of his chances of success, telling his nemesis: ‘When you’re getting hit all over the face and your nose and ears are busted, you’re going to look at [Paul’s trainer] BJ Flores and think, ‘What have I done here? I shouldn’t have called him out. Pull me out!”
‘I’m begging you, please don’t retire on the stool. Come out and fight like a man. I wish the fight was tomorrow. I took this away from his fight with Tyron Woodley.
‘The man got a split-decision win. That means you only just won against a 40-year-old retired UFC fighter.
‘My God, well done. Good job mate. You just about beat a 40-year-old man. When you get in there with a fresh 22-year-old who’s been doing this all his life, you’re going to wish you stuck to paying UFC fighters off and basketball players.
‘You should have gone and fought Tiger Woods, not somebody who has done it his whole life, because you’re in for a big shock. You’re the one who is going to crumble.’