Tommy fury won't be let home if he loses to Jake Paul says Tyson Fury

Tommy fury won't be let home if he loses to Jake Paul says Tyson Fury

TOMMY FURY will be locked out of the Fury household for Christmas if he fails to beat youtuber Jake Paul in their boxing match, this claim comes from his brother Tyson Fury. 

The older Fury is a world heavyweight champion and spoke at a media event yesterday to promote the pair's bout at the Amalie Arena in Florida on December 18.

Fury has respect for the YouTube star Paul, but he believes his brother will get the upper hand and hand Paul his first defeat.

“I think this is a really good fight for everybody who is going to be watching around the world," Fury told the press via Zoom.

"There’s going to be a lot of people watching. A lot of people are interested in this fight.

"You’ve got two young, undefeated guys. I’m really looking forward to it. It’s going to be an excellent night.

“I think Tommy will knock him out. No disrespect to Jake Paul, but like I said to Tommy, if he can’t knock Jake Paul out, fly to a foreign country and stay there because he ain’t coming home.”

Fury and Paul were meant to meet at a media events in Las Vegas and Tampa over the last few days, but Tommy had to return home from the states due to a training camp due to a family and emergency and now training with his brother Tyson Manchester.

His dad John also is quoted in saying he'll be forced into retirement if he can't get a comprehensive victory in America.

"I see Tommy splattering Jake Paul all over the ring, within four to five rounds," Fury said during an appearance on the True Geordie podcast.

"If he doesn't, it's over for him! He knows that.

"No pressure Tommy lad, but let me tell you, you will be called Tommy Fumbles as well... if it's a close fight, Tommy's retired."

Fury was unable to stop Paul's considerably smaller training partner Anthony Taylor on his American debut, winning a comprehensive four-round decision.

But it was a performance which concerned a number of spectators, with former world champion Paulie Malignaggi branding the youngster "not a boxer" after watching.

"Fury's got the Fury name but he's probably just as much of a boxer as Jake Paul," Malignaggi told iFL TV last week.

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