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Jake Paul has joked that he will throw in a first-class flight and a stay at a Best Western Hotel into Tommy Fury's fight offer after the Brit was pictured boarding a budget airliner flight this week.
The YouTuber-turned-boxer made the jibe on social media after images of Fury waiting for his plane at the airport surfaced online.
The former Love Island star was seen flying to Las Vegas where he will cheer on brother Tyson Fury, who fights Deontay Wilder in a trilogy bout this Saturday at the T Mobile Arena.
While some in the young fighter's position might have chosen to fly in more luxurious climes, the 22-year-old opted for a Spirit airways flight - which was soon derided by Paul.
Jake Paul mocks Tommy Fury for flying on a budget airline and makes him a new offer for their fight...
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"I woke up in a good mood today, I'm feeling generous, I'll change my offer; $1million plus a first-class round trip flight to America to come and fight me for you and your whole team," The American claimed on Instagram.
"And, don't forget the 'and', a seven-night stay at the Best Western Hotel, that's a four-star hotel, continental breakfast included you've just got to be up before like seven!"
The tongue-in-cheek post from Paul comes just hours after he initially trolled Fury on TikTok for his flight with Spirit airlines.
The pair have been exchanging words for the past few months, all seemingly in an attempt to build a narrative around a future fight - if one ever happens.
Last month, Fury admitted to turning down Paul's "final" $1 million fight offer, which he regarded as "Not worth getting out of bed for."
Tommy even fought on the undercard of Paul's last fight against former UFC great Tyron Woodley back in August.
Both men won their respective contests on points, which should have set the stage for an epic end of year event between the two fighters.
And yet, finances still appear to be a hurdle, with Fury looking for a considerably higher fee to get in the ring with the controversial superstar.
While the offer of a private jet experience is surely welcomed by his opponent, we suspect it'll take a lot more than that for the stalemate to be broken.
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