Tyson Fury’s brother Tommy calls out Jake Paul after YouTuber’s shock 60-SECOND knockout of former UFC star Ben Askren … as the former Love Island star says he’s ‘ready to give people what they want’ by the American to confront
- Jake Paul has been talking to the world of boxing after knocking out Ben Askren
- YouTuber Paul, 24, was the odd one out against the former UFC star, 36
- Paul put Askren down after 60 seconds with a right hook and the referee called the time
- Now Tommy Fury and Dillon Danis are desperate for the American in the ring
Tommy Fury has publicly proclaimed the YouTube star turned boxer Jake Paul, insisting that they compete in the ring to “ give the people what they want. ”
Fury, the brother of world heavyweight champion Tyson, took to social media Saturday night in the immediate aftermath of Paul’s shocking victory over Ben Askren in Atlanta.
Paul stunned the boxing world by crashing former UFC star Askren into the canvas with a brutal right hook after just 60 seconds, prompting the referee to immediately call time on the match.
Tommy Fury has re-called Jake Paul after his last boxing win in Atlanta
YouTuber turned boxer Paul beat Ben Askren in the first round with a blistering early stop
Paul is now undefeated since getting his professional license and winning three out of three fights.
However, Fury would be the first conventional boxer to take on Paul, given his previous fight against fellow YouTuber AnEson Gib, former NBA star Nate Robinson and retired MMA man Askren.
After Paul’s stunning performance, Fury directly tweeted the 24-year-old, three years his senior, saying, “I’m ready to give people what they want.”
Dillon Danis has also called Jake Paul and vowed to ‘save MMA’ by knocking him out
Danis, a gym mate of Conor McGregor, was up for a possible fight with Paul
Bellator welterweight Danis, who is back from injury, insisted he put ‘this c *** out cold’
Fury wasn’t alone. Conor McGregor’s former sparring partner, Dillon Danis, also made it clear he wanted a piece of the action, outlining how desperate he was to get into the ring with Paul to “ save MMA. ”
“Send me the contract, I’m going to catch this bastard cold,” a brash Danis said on Twitter.
Paul has yet to respond to one of the callouts, although after beating Askren he has made it clear that he intends to go as high as possible in the sport.
Paul said in the aftermath, “This is the craziest moment of my life.
“I told you all I would do it in the first round. I told you I’m a real fighter. I don’t know how many times I’ve had to prove to myself that this is real. ‘
However, many former stars and fans were unconvinced about Paul’s struggles, with speculation on social media that Askren was simply pitching the battle for the payoff.
UFC veteran Daniel Cormier accused Askren of ‘laughing at the couch’ after he was seen smiling with his wife in the immediate aftermath of the final bell.
Askren has put in half a million dollars from the showpiece and is in line for another injection of cash through his share of the pay-per-view money.