Jake Paul has been inviting people to a boxing match, and it seems like he may have found his next opponent. Jake Paul will likely face Tommy Fury in his next fight, or will he? Is it worth trying to make a fight that has already been canceled twice already? If you are a boxing fan, you want it not to happen simply because Tommy Fury is so bad that after Paul beats him, people are going to try then to say that proves Jake is a real boxer. It will only prove that Tommy Fury was never a real boxer. Check out the best boxing betting sites.
Tommy Fury recently posted a lot on Instagram about fighting Jake Paul
“A certain somebody can’t keep my name out their mouth. He’s got me in his Instagram bio, he’s doing tweets about me, and he’s even put Amanda Serrano on the Joe Joyce and Joe Parker bill next month in Manchester knowing full well that I’ll be there.”
“I see he’s put out that he’s fighting in October at 185lbs. I’ve already been training, I’m f*****g ready for October. 185lbs is my fighting weight. If you want this dust settled once and for all, get yourself over here and let’s get it on.
There are no excuses here; no one’s afraid to fight you. Get in touch – you pick the date, the venue – I’m not bothered.”
Tommy’s brother was going to fight Paul, but couldn’t because he couldn’t get into the country:
“I’m gutted and disappointed in regards to the issues I have faced with entry into the USA. This is something that myself or my team could have never anticipated happening. This situation has been left with my lawyers as being denied entry to a country is obviously a very serious issue and it needs to subsequently be resolved.
I am confident this fight will happen when this issue gets resolved and we come to a solution. I want to clarify that I will fight in a neutral country that both parties can enter. This can be any time, any place, any where.”
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