Tommy Fury promises Jake Paul 'will never fight again' once he's done with him
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Tommy Fury has promised Jake Paul he ‘will never fight again’ once he’s done with him this weekend, saying his opponent ‘doesn’t know what’s coming to him’.
Their first fight was scheduled for December 2021, but just under a week before they were set to scrap, Fury withdrew due to medical reasons.
He then had to pull out of the second - planned for August last year - saying visa issues were preventing him from entering the US.
But now it looks like it’s go-time, with Fury vowing to bring his rival ‘to school’ at the weekend.
Speaking to Sky Sports, the former Love Island star said: "Jake doesn't know what's coming to him. If he's been studying my past fights, it's going to be completely different on the night.
"Boxing is about skill and class and this man doesn't have any of it and I have a lot of it, and I'm going to bring him to school on Sunday."
Fury, who is also the younger brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, said it is his job to stop Paul from ‘thinking that he can transfer over to professional boxing’.
He continued: "I'm ready to deal with this man, this is a public service announcement going out for everybody, this man won't box again, this will be the last time you see Jake Paul in the ring against a true professional anyway."
"I'm going to show him things that he's never seen before.”
YouTuber KSI - another long-time rival of Paul’s - has already revealed he’d like to take on the winner of Sunday’s fight.
But Fury warned that he should be careful what he wishes for, adding: "After KSI sees what I'm going to do to Jake Paul on Sunday night, he won't want to fight the winner, trust me."
In recent weeks, things have been heating up between the two camps, with Paul branding his opponent 'disrespectful' to some of the biggest names in boxing by not taking their fight seriously.
Fury's partner Molly-Mae Hague, who recently gave birth to their first child, even got involved.
In a video posted to her YouTube channel, she and Fury were discussing the difficulties they've been having with feeding two-week-old Bambi when the talk turned to the fight.
Fury told viewers to 'be there or be square' on 26 February, with Molly-Mae adding: "For a demolition job."