‘Get in this ring now!’ Tommy Fury threatens knockout to Jake Paul at ringside

Jake Paul ruthlessly harassed Tommy Fury from the ringside at the Global Titans World Boxing event, resulting in a chaotic scene in which coach John Fury stripped his shirt, and Tommy Fury threatened Jake Paul for the knockout.

Fury has been linked to fights with Jake Paul twice, but both have fallen through, one is due to injuries, and the other is due tvisa concerns.

However, the 25-year-old Paul knocked out Tyron Woodley in the sixth round of their rematch on December 18 at Amalie Arena in Tampa and out-pointed another former UFC champion, Anderson Silva, in an eight-rounder on October 29 at Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, Arizona. 

The world heavyweight champion’s half-brother spoke to the Global Titans Bout Series prior to the fight. Fury is unfazed by the news that Paul will be a special ringside guest.

“I’m not interested in who’s there. There could be a million Jake Pauls sat ringside, my mindset is laser-focused on Paul Bamba. Getting him out the way, and then I’ll out ringside and slap him [Jake Paul] in the face. So I’m not really bothered about Jake Paul and KSI or whoever they’re with because [it’s] a load of boys really with a load of men.” Tommy Fury stated.

Throughout Fury’s lackluster six-round showcase against late replacement Rolly Lambert on the Floyd Mayweather-Deji pay-per-view undercard at Dubai’s Coca-Cola Arena, Paul delivered harsh analysis.

“This can’t be real, right?” ‘The Problem Child’ stated during the broadcast. “Like, is he actually trying? Or are people gonna actually pay me to fight this guy?”

Despite this, TNT remains a prospective opponent for Paul’s next cruiserweight battle.

Concerned about Paul’s remarks, 58-year-old John Fury, who trains his son, took off his shirt and challenged Paul to a battle in the ring. Tommy Fury was calmer until Paul challenged him to leave the ring and attack him from the stands.

The 33-year-old Cameroonian Lambert, a more experienced cruiserweight with a record of 15-1-1 and 12 knockouts, replaced Fury’s original opponent, Paul Bamba, on concise notice on Sunday. This was because Fury weighed six-plus pounds more than what Bamba believed was their contracted weight limit Saturday.

Tommy Fury’s team restrained him as he attempted to chase Paul. The show was mostly a promotional tool for a prospective Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury fight in 2023.


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