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Bloke Who Sparred Both Jake Paul And Tommy Fury Gives His Prediction For Their Fight

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Bloke Who Sparred Both Jake Paul And Tommy Fury Gives His Prediction For Their Fight

If Jake Paul can somehow get past Tyron Woodley in August, then surely it's only a matter of time before we see him take on Tommy Fury.

Now a bloke who has sparred both men has given his bold prediction for their bout - and it seems he's backing the former Love Island contestant all the way.

Ahmed Elbiali, who has trained with both fighters, reckons Fury will knock out Paul within four rounds if the two were to face off some point down the line.

"Tommy in four rounds," Elbiali told The Sun.

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Tyson and Tommy Fury. Credit: Instagram/@tommyfury
Tyson and Tommy Fury. Credit: Instagram/@tommyfury
Logan and Jake Paul. Credit: Instagram/@loganpaul
Logan and Jake Paul. Credit: Instagram/@loganpaul

"He is still getting used to the pro game, whereas Jake is just starting and he's not fighting boxers.

"After sparring Tommy, I was like he's a very humble dude, he's a regular, good old fashioned man which is really good to see.

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"He's a young man, he has fame, I'm sure he has money in his pockets but he treats us really well and that's surprising as we're in a similar weight class.

Tommy Fury. Credit: PA
Tommy Fury. Credit: PA

Trash-talking YouTuber Paul and undefeated professional boxer Fury have been trading barbs on social media for months now.

It all started when Fury joined the growing list of high-profile athletes to be publicly called out by Paul.

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Things quickly turned sour and the beef intensified when Paul claimed to have received a DM from Fury's girlfriend Molly-Mae.

While the social media message was eventually proven to be fake, there's no denying that the below-the-belt stunt definitely got under Fury's skin.

So when Tommy travelled over to America to train with his older sibling Tyson, the brothers didn't shy away from taking aim at Paul online at whatever opportunity they got.

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Now, with Paul set to take on ex-UFC champ Woodley and Fury still unbeaten, it could be the perfect time to put the two rivals inside a ring and let them do battle to sort their differences.

Featured Image Credit: Instagram/@tommyfury/@jakepaul

Topics: Boxing News, Boxing, Jake Paul, Tommy Fury, Australia

Max Sherry
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