Jake Paul reacts in typical fashion to Tyson Fury’s victory over Deontay Wilder.
Following Tyson Fury’s victory against Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas on Sunday morning, Jake Paul has spoken out about the Gypsy King.
Following Tyson Fury’s victory against Deontay Wilder on Sunday morning, Jake Paul believes the Gypsy King has earned the right to fight him. The British fighter headed into the third installment of their trilogy with the goal of winning once more. And he achieved just that, despite the fact that he had to dig deep to win.
After coming off the canvas twice in this 11-round battle at the MGM Grand Arena, Fury had no choice but to throw everything at Wilder.
The Gyspy King was dropped twice in the fourth round of the fight, but came back to win by stoppage in the eleventh, after previously flooring his opponent in the third and tenth rounds.
With Fury’s fairytale return to the top finally complete, it was a fantastic bout that had Las Vegas howling.
And YouTuber Paul, who is known for his outspokenness, has now declared that Fury has “earned the right” to fight him.
He remarked on Twitter, “I think Tyson Fury has finally earned the right to fight me.”
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Despite winning amateur fights over Ali Al-Fakhri, Nate Robison, Ben Askren, and Tyrel Woodley, Paul has yet to meet a professional opponent.
And, despite being knocked twice, Fury destroyed Wilder, demonstrating that he’s currently at the pinnacle of his abilities.
With his second victory over Wilder, Fury is confident that he is the greatest heavyweight of the contemporary era.
“I’m without a doubt the finest heavyweight of my generation,” he claimed. 1st place, first place, first place, first place, first place, first place, first Take a look at what I’ve accomplished.
“I’ve battled the most destructive puncher in the history of our sport in each of my last six battles in America.”
“Not once, twice, or three times, but three times.” Danger, danger, danger, danger, danger, danger, danger, danger, danger,
“This s**t was made for me.” It was made for it. I’ve proven time and time again that I’m unstoppable.
“Until I’m down and out, I can’t be beaten.”
“I didn’t put on my finest show, but I pulled it out of the bag when it was time.”
Fury also said after the bout that Wilder didn’t want a display of respect or sportsmanship.
“I merely told him ‘well done,'” he said. “Brinkwire Summary News.”