Tyson Fury calls Jake Paul a ‘w****r’ and insists Tommy will ‘severely knock him out’

Tyson Fury calls Jake Paul a ‘w****r’ and insists his younger brother Tommy will ‘seriously take out the YouTuber turned boxer’ during their December fight in Florida

  • Tyson Fury has labeled Jake Paul a ‘w****r’ ahead of his fight with Tommy
  • Tommy Fury’s undefeated start as a pro is at stake against Jake Paul
  • The highly anticipated fight takes place on Saturday, December 18 in Florida
  • Heavyweight champion Tyson Fury trains his younger brother for the fight


Tyson Fury called Jake Paul a “w****r” and said his brother Tommy would “severely knock him out” during their fight in December.

Fury, the younger brother of two-time world heavyweight champion Tyson, will face Paul on December 18 to maintain his undefeated professional record.

The YouTuber turned boxer has won all four of his professional fights but faces his toughest test yet in Fury – the younger brother of heavyweight champion Tyson – who is also undefeated and boasts a real boxing background.

Tyson Fury (left) called Jake Paul a “w****r” and said his brother Tommy (second from left) will “severely knock him out” during their December match

Fury, the younger brother of two-time world heavyweight champion Tyson, will face Paul on December 18 to maintain his undefeated professional record

Fury, the younger brother of two-time world heavyweight champion Tyson, will face Paul on December 18 to maintain his undefeated professional record

Speak with Show Time for December, Tyson Fury said, “It’s good, it’s entertainment, it’s two young guys risking it all and someone’s O has to go.

“Poor old Jake Paul will be severely knocked out.

“Jake didn’t do anything. A few months ago I thought he was good, but now I think he’s aw*****.”

Paul (above) has won all four of his professional fights but faces his toughest test yet in Fury

Paul (above) has won all four of his professional fights but faces his toughest test yet in Fury

Tyson is currently training Tommy for the fight, which has been eagerly anticipated for months after Fury took on Paul in Cleveland in August following the pair’s respective wins over Anthony Taylor and Tyron Woodley.

Tyson previously told his brother he would have to stop boxing and change his last name if he lost to Paul.

Speaking to Boxing Social before the fight was confirmed, Tyson said: “I think the fight has to happen – Tommy and Jake will make the fight.

“If Tommy Jake Paul can’t splash, I’ll stop him from boxing myself. If he can’t beat Jake Paul, forget about boxing.

“Because he has ambitions to be a world champion, let alone beat a YouTube guy.

“But it’s a great battle for the social media world and for all the kids who support them both.

“It’s a great fight to watch, it’s a spectacle. But Tommy – his name is Fury. If he can’t beat Jake Paul, I’ll have to change his name.”

Tyson (left) is currently training Tommy (right) for the fight that had been eagerly anticipated for months after Fury faced Paul in Cleveland in August.

Tyson (left) is currently training Tommy (right) for the fight that had been eagerly anticipated for months after Fury faced Paul in Cleveland in August.

Tyson previously told his brother (left) he would have to quit boxing and change his last name if he lost to Paul

Tyson previously told his brother (left) he would have to quit boxing and change his last name if he lost to Paul

However, Tommy is convinced of his chances of success and tells his nemesis: ‘If you get hit all over the face and your nose and ears are busted, you go look at [Paul’s trainer] BJ Flores and think, ‘What have I done here? I shouldn’t have called him. Pull me out!”

“I’m begging you, please don’t sit on the stool. Come out and fight like a man. I wish the fight was tomorrow. I took this away from his fight with Tyron Woodley.

The man took a split-decision victory. That means you’ve only just won against a 40-year-old retired UFC fighter.

‘My God, well done. Well done mate. You almost beat a 40-year-old man. When you walk in there with a new 22-year-old who’s been doing this all his life, you’ll wish you held onto paying UFC fighters and basketball players.

“You should have been fighting Tiger Woods, not someone who’s done it his whole life, because you’re in for a big shock. You’re the one who’s going to crumble.’

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