Jake Paul attempted to salvage his fight with Tommy Fury, but it ultimately fell through. Due to Fury’s difficulties in entering the US, Jake decided to move on. However, the match is finally on and it will take place in Saudi Arabia. Ahead of the upcoming fight, it seems Fury really thinks very little of his opponent.

Paul would then make it clear he still wants to face Tommy Fury in the future. Thankfully, that turned out to be true as the two will be duking it each other on February 26 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Tommy Fury comes from a long line of Gypsy boxers and is the half-brother of heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury. Due to this, he has always been compared to Tyson Fury.

While speaking to TMZ Sports, Tommy Fury talked about his upcoming match with Jake Paul. Fury made it clear he is confident about leaving Paul in an ambulance.


“My message to Jake Paul is good luck and I hope you’ve trained and I hope you got an ambulance on speed dial because you’re gonna need it.

This is all that’s been in my mind for the past two and a half, three years because I’m a professional, legitimate fighter, and my name has been lingering with Jake Paul for quite some time now and Jake Paul is not on my level.

The Problem Child and Tommy Fury were supposed to square off against each other on two different occasions but they never happened in the end. Paul is 6-0 in his professional boxing career, with his last win being against Anderson Silva.

We’ll have to see whether The Problem Child will be destroying Tommy Fury, as fans are certainly excited about the upcoming boxing match.

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