Jake Paul has truly become a force to be reckoned with in the world of sports entertainment. Him and his brother Logan Paul have faced the likes of Tyron Woodley, Ben Askren, KSI & Floyd ‘The Money’ Mayweather. Now Paul is set to face off Tommy Fury in a match.

The former YouTuber has four solid wins under his belt. Jake Paul has fought and won against YouTuber AnEsonGib, Ben Askren, Tyron Woodley & former NBA basketball player Nate Robinson.

Jake Paul and Tommy Fury are both going to engage in a boxing bout at Amalie Arena on December 18th. Paul said in a pre-fight press conference that he will be the proper test for Tommy Fury’s ability to fight.

This is an easier fight than Tyron. This is a young kid who’s never had a real fight, and I’m gonna knock him the f*ck out because he doesn’t have a chin. He’s never even been hit hard by anybody.

Paul continued saying that nobody really knows what everyone is in for until they get inside the ring with him. He mocked his former opponents by saying that they call enter a fight with him thinking they have a boxing/UFC background.

These people think they’re gonna come in and beat me because they have amateur careers or they’re professional this or UFC that. They don’t understand what they’re getting in with. It’s funny to see each and every one of them fail in front the world. The same exact thing is gonna happen to Tommy and people will just come back and look at these press conferences and these interviews and say, ‘Damn, this kid really knew what he was talking about.’

Tommy Fury doesn’t seem sold on Jake Paul’s claims, however. He is still standing by him claim that Paul is in for a world of pain as the two face each other off. Paul has previously dismissed Fury as inexperienced as well. However, Fury considers that he’s won the lottery through landing a fight with Jake Paul.

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Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/contributor from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017.

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