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Jake Paul calls on John Fury to CONFIRM he will retire Tommy if son loses fight



JAKE PAUL wants John Fury to CONFIRM he will retire son Tommy from boxing should he lose their fight.

The celebrity boxing rivals have announced the latest rescheduling of the grudge match, on February 26 in Saudi Arabia.

Fury’s dad John and champion brother Tyson claimed he must stay in the Saudi desert and vacate their famous fighting surname if he loses.

And Paul wants that punishment to be official as he commented on John’s Instagram.

He wrote: “You believe in your wee boy? Then make another video and confirm that you will retire him from boxing if he loses to me.

“Otherwise talk less and show up for once.”

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Paul brands Fury a 'time-waster' and still has doubts about Saudi slugfest

Fury, 23, twice pulled out of facing Paul, 26, in the past, due to a rib injury in December 2021 and US visa issues last August.

But he gets a third crack after the two renegotiated for a pay-per-view blockbuster in the Middle East.

John has insisted his boy WILL make it to fight night… and leave Paul unable to stand on his own two feet.

He said: “Jake, you think Tommy’s not going to show up. You’re going to be very disappointed and mistaken.

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“Because we’re one million per cent going to be there. We can’t wait to get this fight on with you, mate.

“There’s no way in the world, in this entire world, that the fight ain’t going to happen, pal.


“So if you’re dreaming in your own little boys brain, thinking we’re not going to show up and Tommy’s not going to fight you mate, well you’re going to be very wrong.

“Be prepared to get taken out that ring on a stretcher my friend, because that’s what’s happening to you my friend.

“You’ve no chance at all, I don’t give you any chance whatsoever, not a remote chance, not even a puncher’s chance.”

Jake Paul and Tommy Fury facing off for the first time

Source: The Sun

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