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Tommy Fury Agrees To Fight Jake Paul, Vows To Put YouTuber 'On A Stretcher'

Max Sherry

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Tommy Fury Agrees To Fight Jake Paul, Vows To Put YouTuber 'On A Stretcher'

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/@tommytntfury/jakepaul

Tommy Fury and Jake Paul will finally get the chance to settle their differences inside the ring.

Former Love Island contestant Fury has agreed, well, verbally agreed to take on trash-talking YouTuber Jake Paul in a boxing bout.

Granted, the Brit is yet to officially sign on the dotted line, but the grudge match looks all but certain to take place after Fury urged Paul to send a contract over to his lawyers.

Paul recently posted what appeared to be a page of the contract on his Instagram story.

In said contract, it includes the clause that Fury must change his name to 'Tommy Fumbles' for a year if he loses.

But, on the other hand, if he wins then he's entitled to an extra $500,000 from Paul.

Upon seeing this, Fury has now urged Paul to fire the contract across to his lawyer straight away to get it signed off.

"Get that sent over to my lawyers ASAP, right now, we'll get that looked at and sorted because there's not a chance in hell you're winning this fight," Fury said.

"You're leaving on a stretcher. You're getting knocked spark out and you know it. Get it over to me now."

There's more than just bragging rights at stake here, there's also plenty of cash to be made - and, in Tommy's case, his family name on the line.

His older brother and current heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury vowed to personally retire his younger sibling if he ever loses to Paul.

On top of that, Tyson also said that Tommy would no longer be a Fury if he falls short in his bout with Paul.

"If Tommy can't splatter Jake Paul, I'll retire him from boxing myself," Tyson said.

"He's got ambitions of being a world champion, never mind beating some YouTube guy. His name's Fury, If he can't beat Jake Paul, I'll have to change his name."

No pressure, son.

After hearing this, Paul quickly responded by making it a clause within the contract.

But after months of back and forth between the two rival, Tommy clearly isn't phased by this latest tactic and now wants the deal to be signed off so that he can get his hands on Paul.

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

Max Sherry
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