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Jake Paul FINALLY proves he is a 'professional boxer' with incredible video after Tommy Fury defeat

Jake Paul FINALLY proves he is a 'professional boxer' with incredible video after Tommy Fury defeat

"That's actually hilarious," one fan said. At least Jake Paul can see the funny side of things after Tommy Fury's win in Saudi Arabia.

YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul hilariously poked fun at himself as a ‘professional boxer’ after his defeat to former Love Island star Tommy Fury.

The 26-year-old American star suffered the first professional defeat of his fledgling boxing career at the Diriyah Arena in Saudi Arabia last month.

Paul, who had waged a war of words with Fury for some time, took his fierce rival the full distance and even dropped the Manchester-born boxer in the eighth round.

However, Fury walked away with the ultimate bragging rights on the night and kept his undefeated record intact after a split-decision win.

Paul, who had a rematch clause inserted in his contract, now took to Twitter to share a video (watch it in the video player above) of himself as a ‘professional boxer.’

The ‘Problem Child’ showcased his ‘skills’ of taping up FedEx boxes, with Paul throwing one box to the floor after botching his tape movement.

Following his tweet, Paul wrote on social media: “I delivered over 775,000 of these last Sunday to customers.

“What other professional boxer did that on their 7th day in the job?”

“LMFAO, I won’t lie, he’s funny for this,” one fan said in response to the footage.

A second Twitter user wrote: “Should stick to boxing.”

While one fan posted: “So that’s what he meant!”

“That’s actually hilarious,” another fan tweeted.


Someone else commented: “NGL, that’s kinda funny actually.”

Fury, who chalked up the ninth professional win of his career, insisted that he would stop Paul in a second fight if his rival were to activate his rematch clause.

“The rematch is something that I’m definitely wanting because I believe in the rematch, I will stop him,” he told Good Morning Britain.

“The first fight, I had never been eight rounds before, so you are just a bit wary of what is in your tank and how the fight is going to go.”

Fury added: “But now that I’ve been in the ring with him once, I know what to expect.”

Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Jake Paul

Topics: Tommy Fury, Jake Paul, Boxing