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Tommy Fury criticizes Jake Paul: “If he wants to be a boxer, let him fight a boxer”

Tommy Fury doesn't understand why Jake Paul cares about boxing with UFC fighters. After Paul knocked out Tyron Woodley last Saturday, he called s


Tommy Fury doesn’t understand why Jake Paul cares about boxing with UFC fighters.

After Paul knocked out Tyron Woodley last Saturday, he called several people, including Jorge Masvidal and Nate Diaz, who are massive stars in the UFC. But nevertheless, Fury hoped they would book their fight again, as the Briton was forced to withdraw due to a rib injury.

Paul stated before Woodley’s rematch that does not know if he will book the fight against Fury again. And for the British, he does not understand what Paul achieves by winning fighters-turned-boxers and other MMA fighters.

Jake paulJake Paul defeats Tyron Woodley, former UFC Welterweight World Champion

“I see that He’s called all those MMA people back, I don’t see what he means by calling the UFC people, “Fury said in an interview on his promoter’s YouTube channel. «If he wants to be a boxer, let him fight a boxer. He keeps fighting fighters who would kill him in a cage every day of the week. I would beat Nate Diaz and all these other MMA fighters (in a boxing match) 100 percent because they are not boxers.. »

The fight between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury did make some sense due to the fact that They’re both massive social media stars and they’re young and undefeated. And more importantly, Fury is also a true professional boxer, who a lot of people have been asking for Paul to fight.

Fury has also made it clear that he wants to box with Jake Paul. below and promises that he would have knocked out the YouTuber in the first round if he had boxed with Paul this past weekend.

If that was me in the ring on Saturday night, would not have left the opening bell“Said Fury.

It is unclear if Tommy Fury vs. Jake Paul will occur or not. However, it seems that Fury still wants the fight, and it will almost certainly continue to be a great pay-per-view. if rebooked.

Jake Paul in his fight against Ben Askren, former UFC fighter