Tommy Fury insists he could fight KSI and Jake Paul ‘on the same night’
Tommy Fury wants to make up for lost time by fighting Jake Paul and KSI on the same night.
KSI already knows what it's like to take on two opponents on the same card, having defeated rapper Swarmz and professional boxer Luis Alcaraz Pineda in the space of a couple of hours earlier this year. And now it seems Fury wants a piece of the action, even though he is currently preparing for a bout against Paul Bamba.
Fury has twice been scheduled to fight Paul, only for their match-up to fall through on both occasions, while KSI recently revealed he was exploring the option of fighting Fury next January.
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The younger brother of heavyweight world champion Tyson wants to kill two birds with one stone and fight them both on the same night – something which will have boxing fans drooling.
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"I’ve got a proper fight coming up that I’m in camp for now… and hopefully I’ll get out again in December on Tyson’s undercard, that’s the plan and then they know where I’m at," he told Seconds Out.
"I’ve said all along I’d fight the both of them on the same night," he continued. "Like KSI done with the two people the other day, the rapper and whatever that was, I will do the same with Jake Paul and him on the same night.
"When they finally get in the ring with me, I cannot wait to show everybody that what I was saying all along is true, it isn’t a fight for me…
"If you’re going to ask me to fight a YouTuber, KSI, who plays Fifa on the internet for a living and Jake Paul who does whatever he does, sign me up, not a problem.
"He’s very lucky that them fights haven’t come off yet. I don’t know what the other one KSI is mentioning my name for because he’s even worse than Jake Paul, so I don’t really know what’s going on.
"Two fools that need shutting up, so let me tend to my actual business first against actual fighting men and then I will happily get them out of boxing."
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