Tyson Fury ramps up his war of words with Jake Paul as he gets hundreds of fans to call him a ‘p***y’ at his after-party tour in Sheffield – ahead of his brother Tommy’s fight against the YouTuber in August
- YouTuber Jake Paul is set to fight Tommy Fury in a grudge match on August 6
- Tommy’s older brother, Tyson, is willing to bet $1million on the fight with Paul
- He wants to put a $1million bet on the outcome of the fight with the Youtuber
- Tyson Fury has now continued to taunt Paul in the build-up to the fight
Tyson Fury has continued his war of words with Jake Paul ahead of the YouTuber’s fight with his younger brother, Tommy, in August.
The WBC heavyweight champion was at the Sheffield City Hall on Sunday evening as part of his ‘The Official After Party Tour’.
During the evening, Fury focused his attention on Paul, who has built a 5-0 boxing record since making his debut in January 2020.
Tyson Fury has continued his war of words with Jake Paul ahead of the fight with his brother
Fury got fans to sing ‘Jake Paul is a p***y’ at an event in Sheffield City Hall on Sunday
Fury urged the crowd to sing ‘Jake Paul is a p***y’, and they duly obliged, with the unbeaten Brit posting the clip on his social media.
This is just the latest way that the Gypsy King has taunted Paul after the pair agreed to bet $1million (£813,715) on the outcome of the latter’s fight with his brother.
Fury had originally stated in an interview that he was willing to bet anyone £100,000 that his brother would beat Paul.
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Paul hit back, questioning Fury’s faith in his sibling if he was only willing to gamble that amount of money on his brother, as he called for the stakes to be upped.
Fury stated that he was happy to go up to $1m, but wanted the money to be placed in escrow as he revealed that he has doubts about Paul’s net worth.
‘Hey Jakey, I want to see this million dollars in escrow sucker.
‘Because I don’t think you’ve got a million dollars.
Paul has accepted the bet as he tries to retain his unbeaten record against the younger Fury
Tommy Fury will finally settle the score with Paul after pulling out of their bout last December
‘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.
Paul responded, insisting that he is serious about the bet, and has already made contact with Fury’s lawyer.
Paul is due to finally face Tommy Fury on August 6 at Madison Square Garden. The duo were set to meet last December, but Fury pulled out, citing illness and a broken rib.