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Jake Paul's FaceTime call was gatecrashed by Tommy Fury and they went at it yet again

Daniel Marland

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Jake Paul's FaceTime call was gatecrashed by Tommy Fury and they went at it yet again

Jake Paul and Tommy Fury came face-to-face on FaceTime recently and they couldn't resist going at one another. Check it out below:

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The pair have been scheduled to face off twice in the last year but both times fell through. Fury was injured last December and had to pull out, while he was denied entry to the United States back in August.

Fans are still keen to see both men settle their differences in the ring after a multi-year rivalry on social media.

Paul is set to fight MMA legend Anderson Silva on October 29 and a recent video proves Fury could still be on the horizon.

'The Problem Child' decided to call WBO, WBC and IBO featherweight champion Amanda Serrano after her title defence against Sarah Mahfoud on Saturday evening. Paul is Serrano's promoter and wanted to check in on his client.

Paul and Serrano in April. (Image Credit: Alamy)
Paul and Serrano in April. (Image Credit: Alamy)

Fury was at the AO Arena in Manchester to see teammate Joseph Parker take on Joe Joyce in a losing effort and after the event, he visited Serrano and Paul’s manager Nakisa Bidarian.

"Oh no, Tommy! Wait, are you dating Amanda Serrano now?" the YouTuber joked as Fury appeared on the screen. "Tommy, bro, let’s make the fight happen, buddy, let’s make it happen!"

The 23-year-old didn't commit, but before hanging up cryptically replied: "I'll see you soon."

Fury has a professional record of 8-0 and last defeated Daniel Bocianski in April.

Paul, meanwhile, has been inactive since December when he knocked out Tyron Woodley to take his record to 5-0.

Hasim Rahman Jr. stepped in to replace Fury in August, but that fight was then called off.

His clash with Silva is will be the toughest of his career so far and 'The Spider' is coming off consecutive victories over Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. and Tito Ortiz.

Silva recently defended Paul and his older brother, Logan, for dipping their toes into combat sports after becoming social media stars.

Logan is currently in the WWE and will be facing Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Championship at Crown Jewel on November 5.

"The people think both of these kids don’t have respect for doing something like I’m doing now," Silva told MMA Junkie. "But it’s very special. Why? Because both of these kids are working hard, and what happened to the people?

"When people don’t do something hard, something special, try to talk, try to question, try to say, 'Oh, this is terrible, it’s fake.' But the kid's doing an amazing job. The kid's working hard. I respect the kid (Jake). But fight is fight. Jake training hard for fight with me, I’m training hard for fight with Jake, and let’s go do it."

SPORTbible Stories is the brand-new podcast from the SPORT team at LADbible. The latest episode features a chat with WWE legend Triple H who opens up on his long in-ring career, his rivalry with The Rock during WWE's Attitude Era and Logan Paul's fledgling wrestling career. You can watch the episode here.


Featured Image Credit: Most Valuable Promotions

Topics: Jake Paul, Tommy Fury

Daniel Marland
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