When it comes to Jake Paul’s, Tommy Fury previously stated: “He won’t fight anyone who sets up a test because he doesn’t have to. Why would he get his teeth knocked out like that? He isn’t a moron. If a conflict arises, I’ll grab it with both hands because it’ll be easy money.”
On Jake Paul’s forthcoming undercard, Tommy Fury and Daniel Dubois will fight for the first time in the United States.
Tyron Woodley, a former UFC champion, will meet YouTuber-turned-boxer Paul on August 29 in Cleveland, Ohio.
His prospective opponent, Tyson’s younger brother Fury, as well as budding heavyweight contender Dubois, will now be featured on the same night.
Fury will face Anthony Taylor, a Bellator MMA fighter who will make his boxing debut, and Dubois will face Joe Cusumano.
After losing his perfect record and having his eye socket damaged against Joe Joyce, Dubois recently made a devastating comeback by knocking out Bogdan Dinu.
Fury has won all six of his fights to date and has engaged in social media debates with Paul.
“I don’t view him as a legitimate fighter,” Fury initially told Sky Sports, accusing Paul of “trying to gimmick the fighting.”
But he’s changed his mind and warned, “If he gets in the ring with me, it’ll be dangerous for him.”
“What if he continues to fight these clowns?” It won’t be dangerous then.
“He is a shrewd and astute individual.
“That contract would not have been signed if there was any prospect of Woodley defeating Jake. Jake has no reason to put himself in a position where he could be knocked out.
“Another Jake Paul victory is on the way.
“He won’t fight anyone who sets up a test since he doesn’t have to.
“Why would he get his teeth knocked out like that? He isn’t a moron.
“If the fight happens, I’ll grab it with both hands because it’ll be easy money.”
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