Tommy Fury has confirmed he will fight Jake Paul in a boxing match later this summer.
After what turned out to be quite a long saga, Tommy Fury and Jake Paul finally appear to be lining up for a boxing showdown on August 6. Paul let it be known a few weeks ago that he was planning to return in early August. , with Amanda Serrano also set to appear on the card alongside her at Madison Square Garden.
The opponent had not been officially announced when the MSG reveal was made, but Paul strongly hinted that Tommy Fury would be the man to stand in front of him in the world’s most famous arena.
‘The Problem Child’ recently took to social media and hinted that despite all of Fury’s demands for the fight to happen, Tommy was still considering pulling out because his dad couldn’t make it to the United States. for the contest. .
Paul cut the entire promo on Twitter, giving Fury a 24-hour deadline before ending the entire operation.
Shortly after sending the tweet, Jake got what he wanted as Fury made it clear he would be heading to America to try and end Paul’s professional boxing career once and for all.
“The fight is on. August 6. Forget a team or any other bull***. I don’t need anyone to help me flatten you out on this canvas. Oh and thank you for finally signing the drug test… you only agreed when you realized the fight was in jeopardy – who needs that”
Paul’s big step
Whether or not you rate Tommy Fury’s abilities as a professional boxer, he’s almost certainly a step up from the type of competition Jake Paul has faced thus far. Sure, he’s fought Tyron Woodley and Ben Askren, both mixed martial arts champions, but Fury has been training boxing since he was a kid.
Paul has a lot of reviews, and he can close some of them on August 6th.
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