Quote: Fury Will Bend Over Paul’s Girl & ‘Do Her Like A Dog’ After KO Win

Jake Paul may be fighting Tommy Fury next, but his opponent’s father had some things to say at their pre-fight press conference.

The YouTuber turned boxer Jake Paul has accepted his first fight against someone who has pro boxing experience. While h…

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Jake Paul may be fighting Tommy Fury next, but his opponent’s father had some things to say at their pre-fight press conference.

The YouTuber turned boxer Jake Paul has accepted his first fight against someone who has pro boxing experience. While he has faced former world champions and Olympians, none have had pro boxing experience until now when he faces off against Fury, who is the younger brother of the heavyweight champion and has a record of 7-0.

Ahead of their clash on December 18th, a press conference was held that saw Tommy, Tyson, and their father John Fury live in attendance while Jake Paul chimed in through live stream by a pool. While this was supposed to build hype for the fight, it was the elder Fury that stole the show, going back and forth with the YouTuber throughout the entirety of the press conference.

Perhaps the biggest moment came when Father Fury told Paul to take off his sunglasses in order to see the fear in the eyes of the influencer. When Paul refused and told Tommy to “shut your bitches up for me,” John stood up and looked as though he was going to punch the television that Paul was speaking through.

This was not the only fiery moment that occurred between John Fury and Jake Paul during this entertaining, if not bizarre, press conference. Later on, Fury made a prediction that his son would knock out the YouTuber and then fornicate with his lady in front of him.

“You know, when Tommy knocks you out, don’t you, he’s gonna bend your girlfriend over and do her like a dog in front of you. So I’m telling you straight up,” Fury said.

Things got somehow more intense towards the end, as John Fury once again tried to get Paul to remove his sunglasses. But again, Paul was having none of it. In return, he offered something for Fury to do instead.

“I can see the fear in your eyes ’cause you won’t take them glasses off, and that’s some first-class shit how he won’t remove his eyewear! Get the glasses off, you idiot,” John Fury said.

“Suck my dick. Suck my dick real good, sir,” Paul responded.

“You ain’t got a fucking dick to suck. You’ve got a fanny between your legs,” Fury retorted.

The wild exchanges between John Fury and Jake Paul during this press conference left some saying that this was the real fight to make. Of course, that will never happen, but what will be going down is the fight with Tommy Fury, set to take place December 18th on pay-per-view.

Watch the full press conference video below:

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Jake Paul: Joshua, Fury, and Tyson All Know I’m Boxing’s Best Thing

The always polarizing YouTuber turned boxer Jake Paul claims that his emergence has made some of Boxing’s greatest legends take notice.

Paul has gone from a relative afterthought to one of Boxing’s most prominent personalities within a year. He’s e…

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The always polarizing YouTuber turned boxer Jake Paul claims that his emergence has made some of Boxing’s greatest legends take notice.

Paul has gone from a relative afterthought to one of Boxing’s most prominent personalities within a year. He’s earned wins over former UFC stars Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley and has seen his brand skyrocket.

Paul’s marketing ability has proven to serve him well from his career as a social media influencer and now as a professional boxer. After passing the toughest test of his career against Woodley, he believes that he has the backing of top boxing stars such as Mike Tyson, Anthony Joshua, and Tyson Fury.

“The legends would agree,” Paul told Bleacher Report (h/t The Mirror). “The Anthony Joshuas, the Mike Tysons, the Manny Pacquiaos, the Tyson Furys. They’ve all said what I’m doing for boxing is a breath of fresh air.”

“I think that debate started about a year ago – is Jake Paul good for boxing? I have silenced that, and I don’t think there’s anybody on the other side of the equation who thinks I’m bad for boxing.”

Jake Paul Will Face Tommy Fury On Dec. 18

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Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury

Paul will face another undefeated boxer on Dec. 18 in Tommy Fury, the younger half-brother of heavyweight champion Tyson Fury. Tommy is coming off of a unanimous decision win over former Bellator fighter Anthony Taylor during the same card that Paul defeated Woodley.

Tyson has said in the past that he’s been impressed with both Jake and Logan Paul during their young boxing careers. Logan recently fought against Boxing Hall of Famer Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition in Miami, FL.

There’s little debate that the Paul brothers are two of the most divisive figures in Boxing history, but there’s also no doubt that both have made a tremendous footprint on the sport during their young careers. Paul will look to silence the doubters further against Fury in just a matter of weeks.

Do you agree with Jake Paul’s comments?

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Jake Paul Counters Tyson/Tommy Fury Combo By Adding Hasbulla

Jake Paul wasn’t going to just take the news of Tommy Fury adding older brother Tyson Fury to his team lying down.

On December 18, Jake Paul and Tommy Fury will settle their grudge when the two duke it out in Tampa, Florida on pay-per-view. The st…

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Jake Paul wasn’t going to just take the news of Tommy Fury adding older brother Tyson Fury to his team lying down.

On December 18, Jake Paul and Tommy Fury will settle their grudge when the two duke it out in Tampa, Florida on pay-per-view. The stakes will be high, as a loss for Fury means he would go by the name of “Tommy Fumbles” henceforth, while a victory would net him an extra $500,000.

Heading into the biggest fight of his young boxing career, Tommy Fury has decided to cut no corners and has formally added older brother Tyson Fury to his team. The lineal champion will serve as a coach and corner Tommy in his bout against Jake Paul.

Paul would initially scoff at the addition before then deciding to bring in the heavy artillery: Hasbulla Magomedov.

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Hasbulla Magomedov

TikTok star Hasbulla Magomedov, known by many as “Mini Khabib,” has been taking the world by storm with his many popular videos. He has developed a wide fan base within the MMA community, including many of its fighters. Hasbulla was even a special guest at this past weekend’s UFC 267 event, where he was cageside to catch all the action, including cheering on fellow Russian Islam Makhachev.

Also, we would be remiss if we did not point out that Hasbulla is one of the most feared individuals currently walking planet earth. In fact, he even landed a clean shot square in the jaw of former UFC champ-champ Daniel Cormier at UFC 267. Cormier would later acknowledge that he had it coming after letting his guard down around such a dangerous adversary.

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Here is how Paul revealed the news via his Instagram Stories over the weekend (h/t boxing journalist Michael Benson).

“Love this. My previous opponents have had coaching from Floyd Mayweather (TWICE) & The Legendary Freddie Roach To No Success…And Now Tyson Will Try And Help Lil Tommy,” Paul began before later revealing the big power move.

“Official Announcement: It’s confirmed that Hasbulla will be coming to my camp in a few weeks to train and corner me for this fight.”

Now would be a good time to remind the public that it is too late for Tommy Fury to pull out of the fight, as the contract has been signed and the event has already been announced.

Who would you rather have help you prepare for the fight of your life? Tyson Fury or Hasbulla?

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After Conquering Wilder, What If Tyson Fury Set His Sights On MMA?

In 2016, Tyson Fury was driving his brand new Ferrari at 190 miles per hour when he decided to kill himself. “I was driving on this strip of the highway where I am and, at the bottom of this five-mile strip, there is a massive bridge that crosses the motorway,” he told Joe Rogan in […]

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In 2016, Tyson Fury was driving his brand new Ferrari at 190 miles per hour when he decided to kill himself.

“I was driving on this strip of the highway where I am and, at the bottom of this five-mile strip, there is a massive bridge that crosses the motorway,” he told Joe Rogan in 2018. “I got the car up to about 190mph and I was headed towards that bridge.”

Only a year earlier, Fury had defeated Wladimir Klitschko to become heavyweight boxing’s unified champion at the age of 27. He had it all. Flashy homes and cars. A loving family. The adulation of fans and pundits alike. 

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Tyson Fury and Wladimir Klitschko in their 2015 bout in Dusseldorf, Germany. PHOTO: SKY SPORTS

But having achieved that goal which for so long consumed his every waking thought—dethroning Klitschko—and feeling nothing but emptiness, he descended into a deep, suicidal depression.

“I didn’t care what no one was thinking, I didn’t care about hurting my family, friends, anybody,” continued Fury. “I didn’t care about nothing, I just wanted to die so bad, I gave up on life.”

“And just as I was heading towards that bridge at 190mph in this Ferrari—it would have crushed like a Coke can if I’d have hit it—I heard a voice saying: ‘No, don’t do this Tyson…’”

The Greatest Comeback In Sporting History?

In the depths of his much publicized mental health struggles, Fury had ballooned to over 400 pounds. Many believed he’d never make a boxing comeback, and at the time, Fury had no intention of doing so. He simply wanted to get his life back on track.

But in 2017, after being written off by many, most notably the “big dosser” himself Deontay Wilder, Fury posted a video to Instagram that has since proved prophetic.

“Guess who’s back? The one and only,” declared Fury in the video. “Shout going out to the big ‘Bronze Bomber’ Deontay Wilder. Big respect, for giving me the motivation, telling me I can’t do it and that I’m finished. I’m coming back for you baby. I’m coming back for you!”

Just over a week ago, the “Gypsy King” made good on his promise by defeating Wilder for the second (arguably third) time in their trilogy bout, placing the capstone on one of the greatest comebacks in sporting history. 

Is A Transition To MMA On The Cards?

Now at the summit of boxing, all that’s seemingly left for Fury is to become its first undisputed heavyweight champion in over 20 years by defeating Oleksandr Usyk.

Sure, there’s also potential matchups with the likes of Andy Ruiz, Dillian Whyte and of course Anthony Joshua—who despite his recent loss to Usyk, would still present a hotly anticipated showdown (if he defeats the Ukrainian in their rematch). But in this era in which boxing-MMA crossover fights are becoming increasingly fashionable, will we ever see Fury strap on the four-ounce gloves?

It’s somehow almost comical to visualise Tyson Fury with his back on the canvas, throwing up a triangle. Or swivelling on his heel to send out a question mark kick. But if the “Gypsy King” is anything, he’s a man whose outward appearance belies his athletic abilities. 

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Tyson Fury and his dad, “Gypsy” John. (Photo: Sportsfile – Getty)

With a body drawn upon the lines of a puddle of spilled milk, Fury looks like he should be a slow, flat-footed, plodding giant. Instead, he moves with the agility of a man 100 pounds lighter. His feints, head movement and phenomenal cardio—in addition to a ring IQ that comes with boxing since the age of 10—are what has made him the greatest heavyweight boxer of his generation. 

And it’s this athleticism that his father, “Gypsy” John Fury—whose uncanny likeness to his son could easily see him moonlight as the world’s best Tyson Fury impressionist—believes Tyson could apply with success in MMA.

“With the right training, he’d do very well,” John told Dan Hardy in August. “I’ve seen him excel in different sports like wrestling, so I’ve got kind of an idea what Tyson was from that. I know he can use more than his hands.”

“He’s quick, light on his feet and I do believe, if a top MMA trainer took him on, he could do big things with him—ask Darren Till. The rougher it gets with Tyson, the better he likes it. When he does finally retire from boxing, he’ll probably go to that [referring to MMA] and come back to boxing, but he will engage on that you’ll see.”

Tyson Fury Nixes MMA Switch, But Open To Crossover Fight

Tyson and his dad clearly have different ideas about his boxing retirement plans, however. In June, Fury put paid to any speculation that he’ll make a transition to MMA.

“No, I’ve got no real interest in grappling up and down on the floor and all that sort of stuff,” Fury told talkSPORT. “I’m a stand-up fighting man, I don’t wrestle up and down and grab each other’s arms and sit on each other and all that.”

With the blood of a thousand proud Irish Traveller bare-knuckle boxers flowing through his veins, Tyson seems to be a man for whom the Marquess of Queensbury rules are sacrosanct. The sweaty, gnarly art of grappling, he believes, carries with it little of the nobility so ingrained in the Sweet Science. And while he’s locked in a ring or cage, never the twain shall these two disciplines meet. 

The “Gypsy King,” however, didn’t completely shut the door on a striking-only fight with an MMA fighter.

“I’ve no interest in all that stuff; I like to stand up and fight so would I ever compete as an MMA fighter? Hell no! Would I compete with small gloves on in a cage in a fight? Yes. But no gripping and grappling. The noble art of standing up and what men have been doing for centuries; I don’t see any noble science in wrestling up and down the floor.”

Who Could Tyson Fury Face?

Were Fury to officially declare his openness to a crossover bout, you could imagine that plenty of UFC fighters past and present would throw their hat into the Octagon.

Some, like Vitor Belfort, already have. High on his quick stoppage victory over 58-year-old Evander Holyfield last month, Belfort declared that Fury, in addition to Canelo Alvarez and Jake Paul—basically any boxer, no matter how big or small—can get it. So if there’s a boxing commission on the planet that takes a liberal approach to booking criminally mismatched fights, Fury always has a matchup with “The Phenom” to look forward to.

Tyson’s most likely, and perhaps only realistic opponent however, is Francis Ngannou, who’s traded barbs with Fury in the past, and has often hinted at making the switch to boxing. If Ngannou defeats Ciryl Gane at UFC 270 in January, and with Jon Jones’ extracurricular activities having likely ended hopes of a super fight, he may soon join Fury in that rare club of being the heavyweight with no one exciting left to beat.

It’s unlikely the UFC would ever green light a one-off, striking-only bout under its banner. But given Ngannou’s recent gripes with his employer, he’d surely be keen to land a big payday by stepping into the ring, rather than Octagon, to box Fury.

This month, renowned boxing trainer Teddy Atlas threw a wet rag on hopes that the matchup would deliver anything resembling the edge-of-your-seat excitement of Fury vs. Wilder.

“Let’s be honest with ourselves, if it’s not gonna be based on MMA rules, if it’s gonna be with boxing rules, the guy who’s been boxing since he was 12 years old, the guy who’s had 200 amateur fights, the guy who’s trained in a gym for all those years to be a top boxer, he’s gonna have a huge edge, maybe an insurmountable edge to be quite frank,” Atlas told Submission Radio.

“It would be a big money fight. Would it be competitive? Most likely not… Fury is a pretty complete package, besides having the advantage of years and years of boxing training.”

Still, seeing Fury fight Ngannou—perhaps an even bigger power puncher than Wilder—to decide who is truly the Baddest Man on the Planet, would be a bout to move the needle and capture the imaginations of many.

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Atlas Predicts How A Fury vs. Ngannou Crossover Boxing Match Would Go

Renowned boxing trainer Teddy Atlas has predicted how a blockbuster crossover showdown between UFC Heavyweight Champion Francis Ngannou and WBC and The Ring titleholder Tyson Fury would play out. Tyson Fury’s stock in the boxing world further rose last weekend. For the third time, he met Deontay Wilder inside the ring. The pair first clashed […]

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Renowned boxing trainer Teddy Atlas has predicted how a blockbuster crossover showdown between UFC Heavyweight Champion Francis Ngannou and WBC and The Ring titleholder Tyson Fury would play out.

Tyson Fury’s stock in the boxing world further rose last weekend. For the third time, he met Deontay Wilder inside the ring. The pair first clashed At Los Angeles’ Staples Center in 2018. The bout ended in a controversial split-decision draw, setting the stage for a 2020 rematch. When they ran it back in Las Vegas, it was “The Gypsy King” who left the ring with the belts after securing a seventh-round TKO.

Despite targeting a huge match against his compatriot Anthony Joshua, Fury was forced to grant “The Bronze Bomber” a contractually obliged trilogy fight. On October 9, the heavyweight stars collided inside the T-Mobile Arena. After trading knockdowns, Fury secured the knockout win in the penultimate round. The fight was praised as one of the best in recent memory.

While Fury will likely face the mandatory challenger Dillian Whyte next, should he defeat Otto Wallin later this month, and has the unification challenge of fellow champion Oleksandr Usyk lying in wait, talks of a potential crossover clash still float around “The Gypsy King.”

Earlier this year, Fury suggested he would fight the UFC Heavyweight Champion following bouts against Wilder and Joshua. “The Predator” has also been open to the potential battle of behemoths in the past. With the likes of Conor McGregor, Vitor Belfort, and Anderson Silva all crossing over to the ring in the past, a fight between Fury and Ngannou isn’t that far-fetched.

During a recent appearance on Submission Radio, boxing personality Teddy Atlas gave his take on the potential MMA vs. boxing contest. In his mind, there’s no debate over who would have the edge inside the squared circle.

“I think the making of that is really all based on money. Let’s be honest with ourselves, if it’s not gonna be based on MMA rules, if it’s gonna be with boxing rules, the guy who’s been boxing since he was 12 years old, the guy who’s had 200 amateur fights, the guy who’s trained in a gym for all those years to be a top boxer, he’s gonna have a huge edge, maybe an insurmountable edge to be quite frank.”

Despite the likely uncompetitive nature of the matchup, Atlas believes the demand for it would be there amongst fans and pundits. He thinks that’s because they like to make themselves believe the mixed martial artist, or lesser experienced boxer, has a puncher’s chance, similar to the build-up to Conor McGregor vs. Floyd Mayweather.

“We probably fool ourselves because we want to fool ourselves. We want to be entertained, we want to believe it… If you’re gonna support this fight, you wanna believe that the big monster from Cameroon can land a punch and knock the guy cold, even though he’s an MMA fighter and not a boxer… How often does a guy who’s not as developed, not nearly as developed as the top fighter, how many times have we really seen where he’s got a puncher’s edge… not too often.

“It would be a big money fight. Would it be competitive? Most likely not… Fury is a pretty complete package, besides having the advantage of years and years of boxing training.”

Before considering a venture to the ring, Ngannou will have his hands full at UFC 270 when he faces Interim UFC Heavyweight Champion Ciryl Gane. The pair, who have trained together at Paris’ MMA factory in the past, will headline the opening pay-per-view of 2022. “Bon Gamin” recently suggested he’ll look to replicate Tyson Fury’s victory over powerhouse Wilder when he takes on the champion.

Should “The Predator” successfully unify the titles, and see off the likely challenges of Stipe Miocic and Jon Jones, perhaps a crossover showdown with “The Gypsy King” will await him soon after.

How do you think UFC Heavyweight Champion Francis Ngannou would fare against WBC Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury?

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Joe Rogan Praises Tyson Fury/Deontay Wilder, Opines About ‘Slow Count’

Joe Rogan Tyson Fury Deontay WilderJoe Rogan isn’t one to mince words when it comes to officiating, whether that be in MMA or boxing. More specifically, Rogan doesn’t refrain from criticizing boxing officials overseeing big fights such as the recent Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder trilogy. Combat sports fans worldwide, including Rogan, marveled at one of the greatest boxing fights […]

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Joe Rogan isn’t one to mince words when it comes to officiating, whether that be in MMA or boxing. More specifically, Rogan doesn’t refrain from criticizing boxing officials overseeing big fights such as the recent Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder trilogy.

Combat sports fans worldwide, including Rogan, marveled at one of the greatest boxing fights of all time, as Fury defeated Wilder in a back-and-forth war. The fight was also massive for the legacies of both Fury and Wilder when both eventually leave the fight game.

Although many praised the contest, there was some head-turning when Fury was knocked down early in the fight. The referee appeared to give a delayed count and allowed Fury to recover a lot faster than Wilder did when he was knocked down later on.

Rogan broke down the situation during a recent podcast episode.

“The referee is supposed to go ‘One two…’ when the guy goes down, but if for any reason he has to interrupt the count, you’re supposed to pick up the count where the ringside counter has it,” Rogan said. “So there’s a guy who’s counting ringside, and he’ll keep the count going.”

“So if you’re at ‘One, two,’ and then you’re like ‘Go to a neutral corner,’ that guy is supposed to be like ‘three, four five,’ but he didn’t,” Rogan continued. “He went back to it, ‘three, four,’ but the guy had already been down for a couple of seconds. Without a doubt, it was a long count. I think it’s an error or corruption. Most likely an error, most likely the guy’s panicking.”

Joe Rogan is mostly known for his MMA commentary, but is also a big fan of boxing, including Deontay Wilder and Tyson Fury

Rogan wasn’t the only major UFC personality to point out the ‘slow count’ controversy in Fury vs. Wilder 3. Former UFC champion and current commentator Daniel Cormier also noticed that the referee might have delayed his count when Fury fell to the canvas.

Rogan went on praise the work of both fighters for their efforts in the ring. Despite the controversy, Fury and Wilder will be remembered forever as two of the greatest in boxing history.

Do you agree with Joe Rogan that there was a slow count used during Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder 3?