Logan Paul takes another swipe at Tommy Fury after the Love Island star withdrew from the fight with his brother Jake, insisting he is ‘missing a few screws’ and ‘let down his family’
- Tommy Fury has ‘let the family down’ by pulling out of the fight with Jake Paul
- Logan Paul also claimed the former Love Island star is ‘missing a few screws’
- Fury was forced to withdraw due to a bacterial chest infection and broken rib
- Jake and Logan Paul have ridiculed Fury for withdrawing from the clash last week
Logan Paul believes Tommy Fury has ‘let the family down’ and he’s ‘missing a few screws’ after he pulled out of the fight with his brother Jake.
The younger half-brother of Tyson Fury, the world heavyweight champion, was forced to withdraw from the fight earlier this month due to a bacterial chest infection and broken rib.
Both Jake and Logan have had a lot to say since the announcement, ridiculing the former Love Island star for withdrawing from the clash which was scheduled for December 18.
Logan Paul says Tommy Fury has ‘let the family down’ after he pulled out of the fight with Jake
Jake (right) and Logan (left) have ridiculed Fury for withdrawing from the clash last week
And Logan has exploded into another rant about Fury, claiming he’s ‘missing a few screws’ and that he ‘sucks’.
The 26-year-old said: ‘I’m probably just, like, missing a few screws… kid’s missing a few screws too. It’s a shame. It’s a shame.
‘I think Tommy let down his family name and his country. I don’t have, like, nice things to say, so…’
He added: ‘Tommy sucks.’
Tyson Fury defended his half-brother last week and took aim at the American YouTubers in an expletive-ridden rant.
On the Behind the Gloves YouTube channel, interviewer Michelle Joy Phelps attempted to bring up Jake Paul’s comments to the Gypsy King, who quickly interrupted her to give his opinion on the American.
He said: ‘Jake Paul can go suck a d*** for all I care. Next. P****. Go on what’s next.’
Fury was forced to withdraw from the fight due to a bacterial chest infection and broken rib
Fury went on to add: ‘I don’t want to know I’m not interested.
‘Him and his brother are two s***house p****** and they can never live in my world because they’re f****** bitches at the end of the day.’ He then joked: ‘And if you don’t like the language get f*****.’
Tyron Woodley will fill in to set up a rematch with Paul after his defeat earlier this year, but Tommy admitted he was hopeful his fight could be rescheduled early in the new year.
However, Paul appeared to pour cold water on those hopes, insisting he wants to leave Fury ‘in the dust’ and has no desire to grant him a ‘payday’.
Fury’s doctor leapt to his defence after he pulled out of the fight, insisting he takes ‘100 per cent responsibility’ for his withdrawal. Usman Sajjad also revealed he begged to carry on with painkiller injections.
‘Tommy was desperately wanting to fight,’ Sajjad explained.
Fury hoped the fight could be rescheduled but Paul seemed to pour cold water on those hopes
Usman Sajjad said he was to blame for Tommy’s withdrawal and said he could have faced a ‘medical emergency’ if he fought on
‘He said “give me an injection a week, we’re going to do whatever it takes”, but I had to say, “no – this could be a life threatening thing”. There was a risk of Pneumothorax (collapsed lung), if you get tapped there during training or the fight that’s a medical emergency.
‘You’d be short of breath and it could lead to a cardiac arrest.
‘Tommy was desperate on fighting, and you need to realise these fighters are not robots, they’re human beings and going into the ring with a broken rib, I’d rather go into the ring with a broken hand.
‘I take 100 per cent responsibility for pulling him out and I’m sure his dad does as well.
‘We made the decision as a team – I gave my medical report, the scan findings and his dad pulled him out.’