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Tommy Fury reveals he was DENIED entry into the United States by Homeland Security officers

Tommy Fury’s fight with Jake Paul is in jeopardy after Briton was barred from entering the United States by Homeland Security agents who stopped him at Heathrow Airport

  • Tommy Fury has revealed he has been refused entry to the United States
  • Tyson’s younger half brother was ready for a press conference with Jake Paul
  • Fury is scheduled to fight the American on August 6 in their rescheduled match
  • The fight taking place in Madison Square Garden risks taking place at all

Tommy Fury has revealed that he was denied entry to the United States by Homeland Security agents who prevented him from flying to Heathrow Airport.

Tyson Fury’s younger half-brother was due to fly to the United States for a press conference to promote his fight with American YouTuber Paul.

However, the fight set to take place at Madison Square Garden on August 6 is now at stake.

Tommy Fury revealed he was refused entry to the United States on Monday

Tommy Fury revealed he was refused entry to the United States on Monday

Fury captured a video late Monday night and posted it Tuesday explaining why he couldn’t get on his flight to the United States.

He said: ‘[I wanted to] come here and set the record straight before someone else tries.

“Me and my team arrived at Heathrow Airport this morning, ready for the press conference, ready to go.

And as soon as I entered the airport, I was pulled over and told by the Homeland Security officer who was there that my ESTA had been denied and that I could not travel to the US for a reason I apparently knew. know.

Fury's fight with YouTuber Jake Paul on August 6 in New York now risks being canceled

Fury’s fight with YouTuber Jake Paul on August 6 in New York now risks being canceled

“I can stand here and say I’ve done absolutely nothing wrong and I have no idea why I’m not allowed to travel to the US.

“I trained all the time for a fight and that’s all I’ve done.

“I have no idea why they wouldn’t let me travel today, and neither would my team or lawyers.

“So now I have to go to them to sort it out, and I’m in the middle of training.

“I don’t know why this is happening today, it’s a huge shock to me and my whole team.

“Of course it’s a matter that needs to be solved.

“It’s government issues, it’s much bigger than the battle right now and I’m just trying to solve it.”

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