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Logan Paul has called Tommy Fury a 'p***y' and a 'b***h' after the undefeated British boxer pulled out of his fight with the American's brother Jake.
On Monday, it was confirmed that Fury was having to pull out of the most hotly anticipated fight between two inexperienced fighters in the modern history of boxing.
It was actually Paul who confirmed the news, calling his would be opponent the 'biggest b***h in boxing,' before Fury confirmed injury and illness was the reason.
In typical fashion, comparatively to the build up to the fight, the insults haven't stopped coming, with Jake's older brother Logan now joining in.
"Woke up this morning feeling really bad for my brother, because Tommy Fury backed out of the fight against him," Logan said in his Instagram story.
"Which, by the way, didn’t we see this f*****g coming?
"Tommy, it’s a good thing you’re beautiful, you sexy blue eyed beast, because you are a p***y.
"Good news though, Tommy, you’ve been replaced brother, sorry, it’s what happens when you fumble the bag, you b***h."
Whilst the older Paul brother seemed to think everyone could have predicted the pull out, Tommy's older sibling, heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury, believed his brother would win even with an injury.
Just a week ago, Tyson said, "He [Tommy] could probably turn up with broken ribs, a broken left hand, two left feet... his clothes on back to front and the flu and still beat Jake Paul."
In a huge twist of irony, Tommy revealed in his statement that broken ribs was exactly the reason he was pulling out, with a chest infection an added issue.
Tyson had joked that his brother was going to have to change his surname if he didn't beat the YouTuber turned boxer, who is yet to face an actual boxer, so he's unlikely to be impressed by Monday's news.
Whilst Paul won't be able to finally come up against a professional boxer, even a novice one, he will still be in the ring against his toughest opponent to date.
The 24-year-old will get back in with Tyron Woodley, who took the social media star the distance back in August amidst theories of the fight being rigged, and will now get his rematch.
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