‘If I win I’ll take all the money, if you win I’ll double it’: Jake Paul makes his pre-fight bet with Tommy Fury official as he drafts a contract for the winner, with the former Love Island star promises to sign after legal checks
Jake Paul has upped the ante ahead of his fight with Tommy Fury by drawing up an official winner-takes-all contract to confirm the terms of an informal bet.
In a face to face interview posted on Paul’s YouTube channelhanded the 26-year-old Fury a contract and explained: ‘If I win I will receive all the money you are paid, if you win I will double it’.
The former Love Island star said he would lose the fight ‘no way’ and promised he would sign the contract after it was checked by his legal team, with his father and coach John stepping in to ensure it was paperwork was genuine. .
Paul promised them to “unmask” his opponent on social media if he does not sign the new contract.
Elsewhere in the video, Fury’s opponent also said he was “sorry” about leaking his daughter’s birth and gave him a gift for her as an apology.
Jake Paul and Tommy Fury finally meet in the ring in Saudi Arabia on Sunday
Paul handed Fury a contract prior to their fight that confirmed the terms of an all-or-nothing bet
It came in a heated face-to-face interview on Paul’s YouTube channel
The bitter rivals will finally face each other in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, on Sunday with ringwalks starting around 9.30pm UK time after previously scheduled bouts fell through twice.
The longtime foes came face to face at Wembley Arena shortly before Anthony Yarde was stopped by Artur Beterbiev in January this year, but Fury opted to skip their announcement press conference earlier in February as there was bad blood between the two lingered. .
And the pair hooked up again Thursday night at their pre-fight press conference, which even had Mike Tyson, Derek Chisora, and Tyson Fury in attendance.
During several heated arguments, Tommy Fury insisted he was confident he would emerge victorious, leading to Jake Paul challenging him to a deal that the winner would get all the money on Sunday.
The deal now appears to be official, with Paul’s contract confirming the terms of their bet.
Looking to maintain his undefeated record in the ring, the former YouTuber (6-0) enters the fight following a win over MMA legend Anderson Silva. However, Fury will be the first professional boxer he faces.
Tyson Fury’s brother also has a flawless palmares (8-0) and last April last year defeated Daniel Bocianski on points.
This weekend’s main event between Paul and Fury takes place at the Diriyah Arena
The pair will finally try to even the score when they go head-to-head on the third question
Before the fight, John Fury was in typically entertaining form at the press conference, explaining how he admired Paul, but was confident that his son would make it.
He said, “We came here to do one thing, knock Jake Paul. There will be defeat for Jake but good luck to him, he’s a nice guy and intelligent and we wouldn’t be here without him, so Jake Paul thank you so much.
“We only trained for a knockout. People want to see clean, solid power punches from the start. Who has the best chin and the biggest “you know what” and I know my son packs both.
“Come Monday, Tyson (Fury) will be the proudest brother in the world. Tommy will give Jake Paul a beating that even crazy Tyson would be proud of.’