Jake Paul – Tommy Fury Doesn’t Work As Hard As Me And Will Crack Under Pressure

Content Producer, Boxing Producer  Jake Paul has had his differences with Tommy Fury and is looking forward to settle those differences in the ring when they meet on December 18th at the AMALIE Arena in Tampa, Florida.

Paul has admitted, Fury is from a very reputable fighting family but doesn’t believe that Fury has enough experience and skills in Boxing like people believes he has. Tommy Fury has only had 6 fights and will be banking on just the few fight experience against Paul.

Jake Paul Tyron Woodley Press Face Off Photo 5

Paul was the only one at the Press Conference, promoting the fight as Fury had returned home to handle some family business but that still didn’t stop Paul from sending Missiles of Jibes and insults towards Fury in England. Paul Just believes that Fury is not working hard enough and might not even have the mindset of being a Boxer. Paul also believes that his opponents are cherry picked and put in there to lose.

“Yeah, look, I mean, Tommy claims to have been doing this his whole life and he has a amateur career,” Paul said. “And he’s been around it – that is true. But he hasn’t worked as hard as me, you know? I see a green guy who hasn’t sparred enough times and has only been put in there with opponents that were meant to lose. This is his first real test, where his opponent isn’t some guy that’s just gonna flop over. And, you know, you’re gonna see that. You’re gonna see a fighter who is a virgin, in my opinion. He has no idea what he’s getting himself into. This is his first time under the big lights, on the big stage, and he’s gonna crack under pressure.”

Jake Paul is coming off the biggest win of his Boxing Career, a split decision victory over Tyron Woodley two months ago. Fury also outpointed Anthony Taylor on the same fight card, 40 – 36 was the score after four rounds against a fighter with no wins as a Boxer and didn’t dominate the fight.

Before the Card, Taylor has mostly competed in Mixed Martial Arts and was definitely a step up in competition for Fury. Fury’s first six opponents were all programmed to lose as their record sums up an awful 14-174-5.

Jake Paul picked up the most impressive victory of his career with the split decision over Woodley, who was a former UFC welterweight champion and was clearly a favourite to defeat Paul before the fight on August 29th.

Woodley was the first fighter to take Paul the distance and connected some big punches on the YouTuber. However, before then Paul had knocked out all his opponents in the ring starting with a first round knockout victory over YouTube rival Ali Eson Gib, a second round Victory over Nate Robinson and Paul Brutally knocked out Tyron Woodley’s friend Ben Askren in the first round earlier this year.


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