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Jake Paul VS. Tommy Fury


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Jake Paul Vs Tommy Fury

On Sunday, Jake Paul and Tommy Fury will finally  step into the ring for a duel. The fight is the third attempt to bring in the bold young men who are known more for their  exploits outside of boxing than for their fighting careers. 

The fight was called "The Truth"; from promoters, and there might not be a more appropriate label, as everything will be revealed at both Paul and Fury (Sundays, 2pm ET, ESPN + PPV).

Despite  constant  criticism from boxing 'traditionalists', Paul has proven to be a dedicated boxer, using his  time as a Disney Channel performer and  successful career as an influencer to run training camps.

Despite this, his profile has resulted in a non-traditional list of opponents, as he cannot cope with the no-name, low-level competitions that mark the beginning of almost every professional boxer's career. 

Paul began his career with a first-round hiatus from his social media influencer AnEsonGiba following a vicious viral knockout of former NBA star Nate Robinson. 

He then turned his attention to the stars of the  mixed martial arts world, knocking out and demotivating an out-of-form Ben Askren before making a  decision against former UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley. 

When the first scheduled fight with Fury fell through due to Fury's injury, Paul faced Woodley again and scored another crushing knockout.Another fight with Fury was canceled in late 2022 when Fury was denied entry to the United States, leading Paul to plan a fight against Hasim Rahman Jr. only for that fight to end. to contract. battle. The planned fights involving Fury and Rahman sought to address one of the most common criticisms of Paul's career: he had never been in the ring with anyone who had trained as a professional boxer for years. 

Jake Paul Vs Tommy Fury

Paul will face someone who was successful in the  ring in his next fight against UFC legend Anderson Silva last September. Silva  previously defeated former middleweight boxing champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.and presented an interesting challenge with his length, goofy style, and legitimate skills despite having spent most of his life as a mixed martial artist. 

Paul scored a late knockdown from Silva and decided to win, but again he was criticized for saying Silva wasn't a "real boxer". and also for the confrontation with the 47-year-old. 

So Paul returned to the Fury fight one last time, with the fight being set in Saudi Arabia to avoid ongoing visa issues for the Fury family over their alleged ties to alleged crime boss Daniel Kinahan. 

Fury, best known both as the younger half-brother of Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury and for appearing on Love Island U.K.He had a more traditional boxing career than Paul, although it is argued that he is a better predictor of future boxing success.

Fury's eight pro opponents had a combined record of 24-176-5 against Fury, with almost every one of those opponents acting like a "pro opponent". with careers revolving around beating players viewed as prospects at various levels. 

In his last fight, Fury faced Daniel Bociański, who entered the fight with a 10-1 record despite losing by TKO  in his previous appearance. Fury made the decision in what was largely a boring bout in which he managed a knockdown, although neither did  anything else during the fight. 

And so we finally see these two men, neither boxers nor truly talented, both with biographies that do not stand up to scrutiny, poised to finally fight to uncover a scrap of "truth." 

At the pre-fight press conference, Paul offered an all-or-nothing bet on a fight where Paul would double his wallet if Fury won.But if Paul had won, Fury would not have made any money. 

The bet was eventually accepted by Fury's father, John Fury, who said: "If he can't beat Jake Paul, Tommy doesn't deserve a win." 

Sure, these types of layouts are often thrown away, but they are almost never maintained in practice. Fury is making far more money from this fight than  any previous appearance and the notion that he would leave Saudi Arabia empty-handed and lose seems unlikely. 

The co-main event features one of the division champions that Paul and Fury usually call home.Ilunga Junior Makabu, holder of the WBC world heavyweight title, puts his championship on the line when he meets veteran Badou Jack.

Makabu, 35, is 29-2  against mostly unheralded opponents. His latest loss gave him a chance to qualify with former champion Tony Bellew in 2016. Since then, he's had a 10-game hitting streak, seven of which ended in breaks. 

"I just want Badou to remember one thing.I'll break your nose i will break your chin I'll break your ribs. thank you,” said Makabu  at the final press conference. “I was world champion for many years.I'm a dangerous boxer. There's no doubt that Badou took my belt. I'll go  home with the belt and still be a WBC champion.

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