Once Tommy Fury ‘knocks out’ brother Jake, he plans to ‘take Logan Paul out of the game.’


After ‘knocking out’ brother Jake, Tommy Fury plans to ‘take Logan Paul out of the game’.

Following months of verbal attacks, YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul will face Tommy Fury on December 18 in Tampa, Florida.

Tommy Fury plans to knock out YouTuber Jake on December 18 before taking brother Logan ‘out of the game.’

That’s according to Fury’s father, John, who believes the youngest member of his boxing family will deliver a stoppage victory worth celebrating on December 18 at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.

Both fighters are in the final weeks of training camp before their highly anticipated fight, in which Love Island alumnus Fury will attempt to hand 4-0 Paul his first professional defeat.

Fury Sr. is not only confident in his son’s ability to deliver in that regard, but he’s also backed him to go after the elder Paul brother—as long as he’s still motivated to fight in the ring.

Tommy’s father and trainer, John Fury, told podcaster Rob Moore that neither of Paul’s siblings will be able to stand beside him while he’s at his best.

“Tommy, if he’s on his game, if he’s firing on all cylinders.

He said, “An easy night’s work, easy money, and the winner goes on to bigger and better things.”

“After we get the brother out of the game, we’ll look for more traditional titles for him.”

Isn’t it natural for a brother to want to redeem another brother?

“When he knocks Jake Paul out, isn’t the brother going to want to play his part?” “I don’t think so, because the hiding Tommy’s going to give Jake Paul, the other brother won’t be interested either.”

Let us know in the comments section if you believe Jake Paul will defeat Tommy Fury on December 18.

In his last two fights, Paul has defeated former UFC fighters Tyron Woodley (by decision) and Ben Askren (by knockout).

7-0 Fury, the younger brother of ‘The Gypsy King,’ Tyson, will be the younger brother’s first professional boxing challenge.

Logan, the other Paul brother, fought Floyd Mayweather for eight rounds in a non-scored exhibition after losing to fellow YouTuber KSI in 2019.

‘TNT’ last fought in the United States in August, when he won a four-round decision over Anthony Taylor.

Following a surge in interest in recent years, critics have scrutinized ‘celebrity boxing’ matches, but father Fury is not one of them.

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