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August, 16

Tyson Fury Continuous War Of Words With Jake Paul

Prior to Jake Paul’s fight with Tommy in August, Tyson Fury and the YouTuber had resumed their verbal battle.

On Sunday night, the WBC heavyweight champion stopped by Sheffield City Hall as part of his “The Official After Party Tour.”

Paul, who has amassed a 5-0 boxing record since making his debut in January 2020, was the subject of Fury’s attention throughout the evening.

Jake Paul is a p***y, as requested by Fury, was properly sung by the audience, and the unbeaten British fighter shared the film on his social media.

The Gypsy King has continued to make fun of Paul ever since the two decided to wager $1 million (£813,715) on the result of the latter’s fight with his brother.

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Originally, Fury had said in an interview that he would wager £100,000 on anyone’s prediction that his brother would defeat Paul.

In response, Paul demanded that the stakes be raised and questioned Fury’s faith in his brother if he was only willing to risk that much money.

Fury declared that he was willing to pay up to $1 million, but he wished for the funds to be held in escrow due to his concerns regarding Paul’s financial standing.

‘Hey Jakey, I want to see this million dollars in escrow sucker.

‘Because I don’t think you’ve got a million dollars.

‘I’m not talking about crypto, I’m talking about real US green bags mother******,’ he said in a video that he uploaded on his Twitter.

In his reply, Paul insisted that he was serious about the wager and had previously spoken to Fury’s attorney.

Tommy Fury and Paul will eventually square off on August 6 at Madison Square Garden. Fury canceled their meeting in December of last year, citing illness and a broken rib.

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Prior to Jake Paul’s fight with Tommy in August, Tyson Fury and the YouTuber had resumed their verbal battle.

On Sunday night, the WBC heavyweight champion stopped by Sheffield City Hall as part of his “The Official After Party Tour.”

Paul, who has amassed a 5-0 boxing record since making his debut in January 2020, was the subject of Fury’s attention throughout the evening.

Jake Paul is a p***y, as requested by Fury, was properly sung by the audience, and the unbeaten British fighter shared the film on his social media.

The Gypsy King has continued to make fun of Paul ever since the two decided to wager $1 million (£813,715) on the result of the latter’s fight with his brother.

READ MORE: Novak Djokovic Advances To Second Round At Wimbledon

Originally, Fury had said in an interview that he would wager £100,000 on anyone’s prediction that his brother would defeat Paul.

In response, Paul demanded that the stakes be raised and questioned Fury’s faith in his brother if he was only willing to risk that much money.

Fury declared that he was willing to pay up to $1 million, but he wished for the funds to be held in escrow due to his concerns regarding Paul’s financial standing.

‘Hey Jakey, I want to see this million dollars in escrow sucker.

‘Because I don’t think you’ve got a million dollars.

‘I’m not talking about crypto, I’m talking about real US green bags mother******,’ he said in a video that he uploaded on his Twitter.

In his reply, Paul insisted that he was serious about the wager and had previously spoken to Fury’s attorney.

Tommy Fury and Paul will eventually square off on August 6 at Madison Square Garden. Fury canceled their meeting in December of last year, citing illness and a broken rib.

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