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“I think my dad would RIP Jake Paul’s heart and feed it to him” Tyson Fury takes his shots at YouTuber-turned-boxing star

Tyson Fury announced his return to the ring on December 3, 2022, at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London, England, against Derek Chisora to participate in his second trilogy bout.
The British boxer has been a phenomenal fighter in recent years and has never lost a bout in his professional boxing career. The Gypsy King has appeared 33 times in the ring and secured 32 wins, along with two world heavyweight titles.

In his boxing career, Fury has only had one fight that ended in a controversial draw. That was against Deontay Wilder when the Gypsy King was fighting for the WBC heavyweight title. Fury has also appeared in WWE matches and wishes to compete in MMA events.
After his last fight against Dillian Whyte, The Gypsy King relinquished the Ring heavyweight title, and Fury then confirmed his retirement. In a recent interview, he talked about his decision to return to the ring while answering the question of why he wanted to put on the gloves again.

“I ain’t ready to let it go right now. I was watching Larry Holmes last night, and he was 43 years old, still kicking ass. I’m only 34, so there’s still plenty left in the tank. For now, I’m not ready to let it go, and we’ll see what the future holds.”

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In the same interview, he also shared his opinion about the last incident between the YouTuber turned boxer Jake Paul and his father, John Fury. Gypsy king forecasted that if the younger Paul brother faced John in the ring, the father of two boxers would rip the heart of the former Disney star.
“I think my dad would rip his heart out and feed it to him, and the man is nearly 60 years old. I think my dad and Jake Paul should have a bare-knuckle fight to the end. That would be a spectacle, and I would give $100 to see it, pay-per-view.”

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