“Take it really seriously” Tyson Fury offers serious tips to brother Tommy Fury ahead of Jake Paul bout in Saudi Arabia

Tyson Fury has something to say about the fight between his brother, Tommy Fury and Jake Paul. The Gypsy King made some excellent points and lavished praise on the younger Paul brother. Although he warned Tommy to take the fight seriously because if he loses this fight then there is no coming back.

Earlier, it was announced that Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury going to take place in Saudi Arabia on February 26. It will air on ESPN+ pay-per-view. The card will cost $49.99 and airs at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT.

However, the fight was canceled twice before the third announcement, and both times it was the British boxer who withdrew. In 2021, Tommy withdrew from the fight due to his bacterial chest infection and a broken rib.

Then in 2022, again but this time he was denied entry to the U.S. due to his family’s ties with Irish crime boss Daniel Kinahan.

Although it’s the third time, it’s looking more promising than ever, and the contest might possibly hit the ring this time. On that note, Tommy’s older half-brother has something to say about it. The former English heavyweight champion thinks it wouldn’t be easy for his brother to fight against the controversial character on the big stage.

His brother needs to be a lot more serious this time than he used to be. He also acknowledged Paul’s ability and records in the boxing ring. In an interview with Sky Sports News, he shared his opinion. 

“He can’t just go to the ice cream parlor and not train. He’s got to really focus and have the right sparring and everything; he’s got to take it really seriously. He’s got to do the job when he’s in there because it’s not just the opponent. If you take the opponent out of the equation,” The Gypsy King continued.

“There’s big pressure, a big stadium, the top of the bill, and all that sort of stuff.”

Both of the fighters have undefeated records, and for that reason, it will be interesting to see who’s going to lose their winning streak first.

Although the 23-year-old has a lot more pressure than anyone in his corner now. As of recent, his father, John Fury made it clear that if he loses the fight to the social media personality then he has to quit boxing.


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