Tommy Fury’s father John Fury claims his son’s defeat vs Jake Paul to see “no more boxing for him”

John Fury, who is the father of Tommy Fury, is not happy with his son’s career. As of late, John Fury has claimed that there won’t be any boxing left if he loses his next possible fight against Jake Paul.

However, after one and a half years on hold, the talk of the anticipated fight between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury returns with actual possibilities.

The much-awaited fight between two young boxing prospects has been in the works for quite a while now. The first time the bout was announced between them was back in 2021.

However, due to a rib injury issue during that time, the British boxer didn’t continue. Soon after that, in 2022, the fight returned with more anticipation. Except for the light-heavyweight boxer, everything was ready this time. As a result, the battle was canceled for the second time. 

Recently, Tommy Fury’s father expressed his thoughts before the following fight. Where he isn’t satisfied with his son’s career.

He stated, “Absolutely, no shadow of a doubt. There is no more boxing for him if he loses. But, I am 100 percent confident he will knock him out. It’s a big ask for Jake Paul because Tommy is much better than what he’s faced before, so fair do’s to him.” He also later talks a bit about the problem child’s undefeated career. Regardless he thinks his son has the upper hand over the fight.

If the contest is canceled this time, it will be the third time in a row.

Although the chances of another postponement are extremely minimal in comparison to previous times. Because the timetables of both figures coincide, and the controversial character does not wish to repeat the process.

As for both fighters, Jake Paul has an outstanding record of 6-6-4, four of which were KOs. He also won his latest fight against MMA legend, Anderson Silva.

On the other hand, the half-brother of heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury, 8-0-0 also had an undefeated career. It’ll be interesting to see who becomes the first person to lose their first boxing match. 



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