As John Fury issues a Tyson Fury undercard demand, Tommy Fury sends a message to Jake Paul.


As John Fury issues a Tyson Fury undercard demand, Tommy Fury sends a message to Jake Paul.

With a win in Telford on Saturday, Tommy Fury improved his professional boxing record to 6-0.

Tommy Fury has once again promoted a boxing match between himself and YouTube sensation Jake Paul. On Saturday, Fury improved to 6-0 in his professional career by defeating fellow Brit Jordan Grant on points at the Telford International Centre.

The 22-year-sixth old’s consecutive professional victory came after a 40-36 decision over Grant after four rounds.

Before Fury gained control of the bout, Grant connected with a couple of hard right punches in the early stages.

In the second, he delivered a straight right before inflicting harm with a flurry of punches in the third.

Despite receiving a clubbing right hand in retaliation, Fury’s path to his second career points victory was unaffected.

Fury, the younger brother of Tyson Fury and the son of John Fury, has been feuding with Jake Paul on social media in recent months.

Paul has had a strong start to his professional boxing career after switching from YouTube, winning all three of his matches thus far.

Between TKO victories over fellow social media star AnEsonGib and former MMA athlete Ben Askren, he knocked out ex-NBA star Nate Robinson.

Tommy expressed his excitement for a potential fight with Paul in an interview with BT Sport following his latest victory.

“Whenever you want, come grab it!” he said.

John Fury mentioned Paul and wished him well after watching his son, Tommy, extend his unbeaten streak on Saturday.

Fury told BT Sport, “Good on Jake Paul for doing what he’s doing.”

“At the end of the day, I wish the geezer luck. Anyone who enters the ring is a willing participant.”

He then raised his voice to warn Paul before challenging the American boxer to fight his son on July 24 on the undercard of Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder.

“Jake Paul, you’re up next, friend. We’ll go on to Jake Paul if you [Steve Bunce, interviewer] believe he’s good.

“Jake Paul, Tyson’s undercard, July 24.”

On August 28, Paul will confront the most difficult task of his boxing career after accepting to fight former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley.

With that in mind, despite Fury’s obvious eagerness to sign a contract, a fight in 2021 must be considered doubtful.

Fury v. “Brinkwire Summary News” if there is enough buzz in the aftermath of his battle versus Woodley.


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