Tommy Fury won’t be pleased to knock out Jake Paul in their pay-per-view match on Sunday night in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia. He wants to end his opponent’s sports career.
Recreational fighters turned pro will meet in a scheduled eight-round bout at the 185-pound catch.
“When I’m done, this guy will never fight again,” Fury said.
Fury, the half-brother of heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, is clearly brimming with confidence in part because of his recent training sessions.
Sports sky reports that John Fury, Tommy’s father and trainer, said his son has taken multiple workout partners to the hospital, broken one’s jaw and knocked down heavyweights in the gym.
“I’ve never been a man to talk about mind fights, but I can quietly confirm that the bouts are brutal,” the younger Fury told the British outlet. “I regularly deal with guys in the gym who can knock out Jake Paul next week.”
Fury (8-0.4 KOs) is the closest thing to a true boxer that Paul (6-0.4 KOs) will face in his pro career, despite his opponents. are companions.
The 23-year-old Briton’s mission is to expose his American counterpart as an impostor.
Fury told Sky Sports that he will “stop him from thinking that he can turn professional boxing.”