Jake Paul Blasts The Fury Brothers, Says He’s Moving On

Jake Paul claims both of the Fury brothers are in hiding and has hinted at making other plans. Paul is slated to face off against Tyson Fury’s brother, Tommy Fury, on August 6. Both men are undefeated as professional boxers, making this one of Paul’s most legitimate challengers inside the boxing ring yet. Ahead of…

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Jake Paul claims both of the Fury brothers are in hiding and has hinted at making other plans.

Paul is slated to face off against Tyson Fury’s brother, Tommy Fury, on August 6. Both men are undefeated as professional boxers, making this one of Paul’s most legitimate challengers inside the boxing ring yet.

Ahead of the fight, Paul and Tyson Fury made a $1 million bet on whether or not Paul would win the fight. Both Paul and Fury verbally agreed to the bet on social media, all but locking the agreement up.

With that being said, Paul says that’s no longer the case in a recent Tweet. Taking to Twitter, while taking a shot at Tommy Fury, Paul says Tyson Fury’s lawyer hasn’t gotten back to him about setting up escrow for the high stakes wager.

“Tommy Fury is in hiding. Bitch made. Tyson Fury lawyer never got back to my team on setting up escrow for our $1M bet. Never believed in his brother. Instructed my team to do a Hova and move On To The Next One”

It is unclear if the final line is Paul hinting at moving on to a new opponent, if he’s bluffing as a negotiation tactic, or if there is another meaning behind that final message.

Paul is 5-0 as a professional boxer with knockout wins over ex-UFC stars Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley, the latter of which being a former UFC champion.

As for Fury, he is a bit more experienced with an 8-0 boxing record, with four of those wins coming via knockout. Paul vs. Fury goes down live on pay-per-view (PPV) from Madison Square Garden on August 6.

MMA News will keep you up to speed on all the latest updates surrounding this developing story.

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Tommy Fury Denied Entry To United States, August Fight With Jake Paul In Jeopardy

Tommy FuryAhead of his scheduled August 6. professional boxing return against the undefeated, Jake Paul, former reality tv star, Tommy Fury has confirmed that he has been denied entry to the United States by immigration officials, ahead of a slated press conference on Wednesday in New York City. Fury, the younger brother of reigning WBC heavyweight […]

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Ahead of his scheduled August 6. professional boxing return against the undefeated, Jake Paul, former reality tv star, Tommy Fury has confirmed that he has been denied entry to the United States by immigration officials, ahead of a slated press conference on Wednesday in New York City.

Fury, the younger brother of reigning WBC heavyweight champion, Tyson Fury – also saw his elder sibling denied boarding on two separate flights from Manchester and Liverpool to the United States over the course of the last week, amid links with reputed cartel boss and drugs baron, Daniel Kinahan

Attempting to secure two separate flights to the United States in recent weeks, Tyson Fury was denied travel by immigration officials, amid his links with the aforenoted, Kinahan, who the United States Office of the Treasury placed a reward of up to $5,000,000 on back in April. Kinahan, a native of Dublin has been previously named as the leading operator of the transnational drugs and weapon cartel, KOCG (Kinahan Organized Crime Group). 

Tommy Fury confirms he has been denied entry to the United States

Expected to appear at a high-profile press conference alongside Ohio native, Paul on Wednesday at Madison Square Garden ahead of an August professional boxing match, Tommy Fury confirmed on his official Instagram that he was denied entry to the United States by immigration officials.

“Me and my team arrived at Heathrow Airport ready to fly out and as soon as I entered the airport I was pulled to one side and told by a Homeland Security Officer that my ESTA had been denied and that I wasn’t able to travel to the USA for a reason that I apparently know,” Tommy Fury said in a video on his Instagram Stories.

“I can stand here and say I have done nothing wrong and I have no clue why I’m not allowed to travel to the USA,” Tommy Fury said. “I’ve been training for a fight this whole time and that’s all I’ve been doing. I have no clue why I’m not allowed to travel and neither does my team or my lawyers.”

“Now I’ve got to go to the embassy trying to resolve it and I’m in the middle of training,” Tommy Fury continued. “I don’t know why this has happened, a huge shock to me and my team. It’s government issues and it’s a lot bigger than this fight right now and I’m trying to get it sorted.” (Transcribed by Irish Mirror)

Fury’s father, John Fury, who is also banned from entering the United States, confirmed last week in a video that his son, Tyson Fury, as well as other members of the team were denied entry to the United States and were suspended from entering the country for an unknown period of time.

“You (Jake Paul) can have it on the sixth of August but it’s got to be not in America because all of us (sic), I’ll be honest with you, are suspended and banned for life, I can’t get to you at all, Tyson can’t get to you because he’s a got a few issues at the moment so Tommy’s got no team.”

Tyson Fury Calls For Ngannou Fight This Year At Wembley Stadium

Recently retired heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury wants a boxing match against Francis Ngannou at Wembley Stadium. Fury left professional boxing following his win over Dillian Whyte earlier this year. Just minutes after his win, the promoting of a fight with Ngannou began almost immediately. Fury and Ngannou have been linked to a potential crossover…

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Recently retired heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury wants a boxing match against Francis Ngannou at Wembley Stadium.

Fury left professional boxing following his win over Dillian Whyte earlier this year. Just minutes after his win, the promoting of a fight with Ngannou began almost immediately.

Fury and Ngannou have been linked to a potential crossover fight for months. Ngannou is currently recovering from knee surgery but could be ready to compete as soon as December, despite hinting at a 2023 return.

But Fury believes that he can lure Ngannou out earlier than that and book the fight at the famous Wembley Stadium in London. In a recent tweet, he made his pitch.

“Thought you wanted some smoke [Francis Ngannou],” Fury tweeted. “Let’s do a propper fight! Wembley Stadium 2022.”

Ngannou quickly replied to Fury’s proposition.

“Don’t you dare think that I take my eyes out of you,” Ngannou said. “You’re still my priority! I’m coming for all the smoke. 2023.”

Fury, as he often does, got the last word in the exchanges.

“Bring it on big boy,” Fury replied. “You wouldn’t last a round me muscles [Francis Ngannou].”

Fury’s win over Whyte took place at Wembley Stadium and he’s proven he can make a booking happen there. But an obstacle could be Ngannou’s current contract status with the UFC, with the two sides being at odds for almost a full year.

Ngannou has wanted a restructuring of his current UFC deal for a while and has expressed a desire to have the Fury fight as a part of the contract. Boxing promoter Bob Arum has expressed interest in promoting the fight without the help of the UFC.

If Fury vs. Ngannou comes to fruition, it appears that it’ll likely take place in a massive setting for one of the biggest crossover fights in history.

Do you think we’ll see Tyson Fury vs. Francis Ngannou this year?

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Jake Paul Raises Bet With Tyson Fury To $3 Million, Brands Himself ‘A Cold Motherf*cker’

Jake Paul Tyson Fury BetViral social media sensation turned pro boxer Jake Paul is in a gambling mood, and he wants to raise the stakes of Tyson Fury’s $100,000 bet and wager a far more significant amount of $3 million. They’re betting on the recently re-announced Tommy Fury vs Jake Paul fight, a bout that was scheduled last year […]

Jake Paul Tyson Fury Bet

Viral social media sensation turned pro boxer Jake Paul is in a gambling mood, and he wants to raise the stakes of Tyson Fury’s $100,000 bet and wager a far more significant amount of $3 million.

They’re betting on the recently re-announced Tommy Fury vs Jake Paul fight, a bout that was scheduled last year but fell through due to Fury suffering an injury. Which caused Tyron Woodley to fill in as a replacement, leading to what may be the biggest highlight knockout of Paul’s short career.

Now, the Fury vs Paul fight is back on, and the stakes couldn’t be higher. The last time around the older Fury brother went on record to say that if Tommy Fury lost, he would have to change his name. Now, Tyson Fury is willing to put money on the line, wagering on his younger brother’s success. But, the real question is will Fury accept the increased bet of $3 million?

Jake Paul Responds to Tyson Fury’s Bet With Bigger Wager, Claims He Can Tell the Two Brothers Are Afraid

The video starts with Jake Paul showing a clip of Tyson Fury saying: “I’m backing Tommy. I’ve got my money where my mouth is. A hundred grand, with anybody. I put it on Tommy. And that’s it. That’s how I feel about it.”

Jake Paul would ridicule the heavyweight champion a bit, before trying to raise the stakes. “Hey Tyson, you f*cking p*ssy,” He said. “You made $40 million (last year), I know it wasn’t as much as me. But, let’s up the ante. Let’s bet $1 million on it, Tyson. $2 million, $3 million. However much you want to f*cking bet, let’s do it.”

Jake Paul and Tommy Fury are scheduled to fight on August 6th. It is widely believed to be the biggest challenge of Paul’s career, and a loss against young Fury would halt the steady progress Paul has been making within the Combat Sports world.

If you had $3 million, would you bet on Jake Paul or Tommy Fury?

Update: Tyson Fury Accepts Jake Paul’s Wager Request

Jake Paul and Tyson Fury have agreed to raise the stakes ahead of the upcoming boxing match between Paul and Tyson’s younger brother Tommy. Earlier this week, the second attempt at a Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury match was made official, with the two young boxers set to compete in New York City this August….

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Jake Paul and Tyson Fury have agreed to raise the stakes ahead of the upcoming boxing match between Paul and Tyson’s younger brother Tommy.

Earlier this week, the second attempt at a Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury match was made official, with the two young boxers set to compete in New York City this August.

One unique strategy that Paul has used to promote his fights is making bets in order to make things more interesting. Who could ever forget the tattoo bet made with Tyron Woodley that saw the former UFC champ have to brand himself with the YouTuber’s name after losing their first fight?

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Tyron Woodley’s “I Love Jake Paul” Tattoo

This time, it isn’t the opponent Paul is looking to make a bet with, but rather his famous brother, Tyson Fury.

Saturday, Paul took to Twitter to share comments Fury made in an interview where he said he’d be willing to put $100,000 on Tommy to defeat Paul. While Tyson didn’t single out Paul as the person he’d bet with, Paul swiftly volunteered to wager against the Gypsy King.

In fact, he completely dismissed the $100,000 figure as a symbol of cowardice and has insisted on increasing the amount.

“So guys, Tyson Fury, who made $40 million last year is willing to bet $100,000 on his brother? Oh, my God we’re shaking. Hey, Tyson, you fuckin’ pussy, you made $40 million. I know it wasn’t as much as me, but let’s up the ante. Let’s bet a million on it, Tyson. $2 million, $3 million, however much you want to fuckin’ bet. Let’s do it. Are you down? Make a deal.”

Paul would then go on to state that Fury’s offer is an example of people on social media lacking the courage to take real chances and truly back up their words. He would even throw in a spontaneous footwork dance to further emphasize his own bravado while donning himself “a cold motherfucker.”

Tyson Fury Responds To Jake Paul

Before long, Tyson Fury would issue the following response to Paul, where he accepted to increase the wager amount to $1 million.

“This is a message for Jake Paul. Hey, Jakey boy! I hear you wanna bet a bigger bet than $100,000. You want a bigger bet, motherfucker? You want a million dollars? Let’s do it! Holla at your boy! You want a million? You got it!”

The Gypsy King would then deliver some parting words for his younger brother’s future foe.

“And hey, Jakey! I want to see this million dollars in escrow, sucka! Because I don’t think you’ve got a million dollars! And I ain’t talkin’ about crypto! I’m talking about real US greenbags, motherfucker!”

Jake Paul Makes The Bet Official

After viewing Fury’s response, Jake Paul confirmed the terms of the new $1 million bet and mocked Fury’s choice of video filter. You can view Paul’s follow-up video below.

The bout between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury is scheduled for August 6 inside the historic Madison Square Garden.

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Tyson Fury Again Denied Boarding In Manchester Amid Links With Reputed Cartel Leader Daniel Kinahan

Tyson FuryUndisputed  WBC heavyweight boxing champion, Tyson Fury has reportedly once again been denied boarding on a flight from Manchester to the United States for the second time in just over a week, amid his links and prior business dealings with reputed drugs baron and cartel leader, Daniel Kinahan.  Tyson Fury, a native of Manchester, attempted […]

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Undisputed  WBC heavyweight boxing champion, Tyson Fury has reportedly once again been denied boarding on a flight from Manchester to the United States for the second time in just over a week, amid his links and prior business dealings with reputed drugs baron and cartel leader, Daniel Kinahan

Tyson Fury, a native of Manchester, attempted to secure a flight from Liverpool to the United States eight days ago as per an initial report from Sunday World investigative journalist, Nicola Tallant, however, was unable to acquire authorization to make a trip to New York. 

This Saturday afternoon, The Irish Sun crime editor, Stephen Breen reported that Fury had once more been denied boarding on a flight from Manchester to the United States.

“BREAKING – Tyson fury has been refused access to the US for the second time after trying to board a flight from Manchester yesterday. Full story to follow @IrishSunOnline.” 

Tyson Fury was reportedly turned away by immigration officials in Manchester

According to a latter report from The Irish Sun, Fury was turned away from the Manchester flight by immigration officials.

“He tried to board another trans-Atlantic flight but the immigration officials told him to wasn’t allowed on the plane. He wasn’t happy with the decision but accepted it and then left.” 

Ahead of his most recently professional boxing match back in April, Fury, a former client of the Kinahan co-founded agency firm, MTK Global, refused to be drawn on questions on his relationship with the Dubliner, before a Wembley matchup against Dillian Whyte.

In the same month, Kinahan, the reputed leader of the KOCG (Kinahan Organized Crime Group) along with his father, Christopher Kinahan Sr. and his brother, Christopher Kinahan Jr. – were each named by US authorities and the Office of the Treasury at a press conference in Dublin, with rewards in the region of $5,000,000 offered for information leading to the financial disruption of the transnational crime group as well as the arrest of it’s leading members.

During this week, Fury’s father, John confirmed that both himself and Tyson Fury were experiencing “a few issues” in attempting to make their way to the United States for a Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury fight in August.

“You (Jake Paul) can have it on the sixth of August but it’s got to be not in America because all of us (sic), I’ll be honest with you, are suspended and banned for life, I can’t get to you at all, Tyson can’t get to you because he’s a got a few issues at the moment so Tommy’s got no team.”