Jake Paul was not overly impressed with Tommy Fury’s decision victory over Daniel Bociansk on Saturday at Wembley Stadium.
Fury, who fought on big brother, Tyson Fury’s undercard, put on a clean performance over a six-round battle with Bocianski. The fight marked eight months since Fury’s last outing in the boxing ring, and the 22-year-old came close on several occasions to secure a stoppage. Bocianski showed his sheer toughness to hang in there until the final bell.
Fury used his post-fight interview to call out Paul for a second time after the two were scheduled to fight last December, which resulted in Fury withdrawing due to an injury. Fury also claimed that his opponent on the night in Bocianski would have beaten Paul comfortably.
The former Youtube sensation was quick to fire back at Fury following the callout and wasn’t impressed in the slightest:
Jake Paul on Tommy Fury
“Congrats on beating a 10-1 fighter,” said Paul via MMA reporter Ariel Helwani. “But that stadium was empty. When I fight the stadium is full. When Tommy fights no one gives a f—k. And that’s in his home country. Let’s see how Anderson Silva’s event does.”
Paul’s next opponent in the boxing ring is yet to be revealed, but there are names such as Michael Bisping and Anderson Silva among the rumours. Paul has claimed after Fury’s withdrawal that it’s a fight he wasn’t interested in entertaining after Fury’s poor performance in promoting the fight.
Do you think we will see Tommy Fury and Jake Paul settle their beef?