Tommy Fury’s Dad Calls On Jake Paul And Calls On The YouTube Star To Fight His Son On The Undercard Of Tyson Fury’s Trilogy Fight With Deontay Wilder
- Tommy Fury took his sixth straight win over Jordan Grant
- Fury is engaged in a war of words with YouTube star Jake Paul
- His father, John, challenged Paul to fight his son on the Fury v Wilder undercard
- Paul has already agreed to a fight with Tyron Woodley on August 28
Tommy Fury’s father has summoned YouTube star Jake Paul to fight his son on the undercard for the trilogy fight between Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder.
The younger Fury took his professional boxing record to 6-0 with a win over Jordan Grant on the undercard of Daniel Dubois’ comeback against Bogdan Dinu on Saturday.
Tommy, the half-brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson, has been embroiled in a battle of words with the YouTube star-turned-boxer in recent months.
Tommy Fury took his sixth professional win with a win over Jordan Grant
After the fight, his father, John, called Jake Paul to fight his son on July 24 in Las Vegas
After his win over Grant, his father John Fury appealed to Paul to accept an offer from his son to reconcile the couple.
“It’s good that Jake Paul does what he does,” he said. “Good luck to the kid, he’s playful enough to get into the ring and every guy who comes in there is a game guy.
“But it’s a big difference to go from no crowd to a great crowd. This was new to him tonight, but Jake Paul, we’ve got you next.
“If you think he’s up to no good, we’ll take you on Tyson’s undercard.”
Tommy Fury added: ‘I’m ready anytime. Come and get it. Listen, I’m a Fury, it’s in my blood. If you want it, come and get it.’
Paul holds a 3-0 professional record after his most recent win over UFC fighter Ben Askren.
Tyson Fury’s trilogy fight with Wilder will take place on July 24, although it’s unlikely that Paul will be available to fight on that date.
Fury has been embroiled in a war of words with the YouTube star turned boxer in recent months
The YouTuber has already agreed to fight former UFC champion Tyron Woodley on August 28.
Tommy Fury’s win over Grant was the toughest in his professional career to date as he battled for a points win over the Scot.
He said after the game: ‘It was a good fight, all due respect to him, he made Scotland proud and he is a good game kid.
“People have to take their time with me, I’ve had ten amateur fights. This isn’t a sprint, it’s a marathon, I learned more in those four rounds than in my previous five fights.
“I’m just trying to get better every time. I’m not Sugar Ray Leonard; I’m Tommy Fury and I try to do my best.
‘I’m going to take my time and complete my internship well.
“Those are the first blows I’ve taken as a pro, so I know I’ll benefit from that and I’ll be better next time.”
Fury said he’s ready to fight US social media star ‘when’