Jake Paul launched a furious rant about Hasim Rahman Jr and Tommy Fury after his fight was cancelled a week out. Paul and his promotion ‘MVP’ announced on Saturday night that they have been forced to cancel their August 6th fight card, due to be held at MSG.
Frank Warren, promoter for light heavyweight prospect Tommy Fury, has no idea if a fight with Jake Paul will ever take place in the future. The two were initially scheduled to collide last December, in the main event of a Showtime Pay-Per-View card. Fury withdrew from the contest with a...
Jake Paul has threatened to sue Tommy Fury over the REAL reason he pulled out of their upcoming fight. You will recall, Fury was due to face Paul back in December but pulled out with an apparent broken rib and was subsequently replaced by former UFC champion Tyron Woodley. Fury...
Jake Paul will fight Hasim Rahman Jr on 6 August, after the YouTube star’s bout with Tommy Fury fell through for a second time. YouTube star Paul was scheduled to box Fury – half-brother of heavyweight champion Tyson – in Tampa in December, but Fury withdrew from the contest while citing injury and illness. The fight was rescheduled for 6 August at New York City’s Madison Square Garden, but Fury has again been forced to pull out – this time due to travel issues.
It’s official! Jake Paul vs Hasim Rahman Jr. poster arrives for Aug. 6 boxing match with Tommy Fury out
Budding pugilist Jake Paul will face his toughest test to date when he collides with legacy bruiser Hasim Rahman Jr. atop the Showtime boxing pay-per-view (PPV) card scheduled for Sat., Aug. 6, 2022 inside Madison Square Garden in New York City. Rahman Jr. takes over for British boxer Tommy Fury,...
Jake Paul next fight: Hasim Rahman Jr. to replace Tommy Fury on short notice for August PPV in New York
For a second time, Jake Paul's planned fight with Tommy Fury has fallen through. Paul announced on Twitter that he had given Fury a "termination notice" and was moving on to a new opponent for his headline bout on Aug. 6 in New York's Madison Square Garden. That opponent is...
Jake Paul (5-0, 4 KOs) is in need of a new opponent a month out from his scheduled pay-per-view main event at Madison Square Garden. The social media star turned professional boxer announced on Wednesday that Tommy Fury (8-0, 4 KOs) is out of their August 6th matchup in New York. Fury currently cannot enter the United States for reasons initially reported as having to do with the family’s ties to Daniel Kinahan, although according to Boxing Scene’s Jake Donovan that is not the case. Whatever the reason is that Fury is barred from traveling to the US, Team Paul had a hard deadline of Wednesday to resolve this and it obviously hasn’t been resolved.
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After being announced back in June, the upcoming Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury fight is now officially cancelled. Thanks to a US visa issue with boxer Tommy Fury, is unable to compete against Paul at Madison Square Garden as originally planned. He had been given a deadline of Wednesday to figure out his issues, but couldn't make that deadline.
Jake Paul will soon fight a boxer with a famous name, but it won’t be Tommy Fury. Following Paul’s claim that Fury “went into hiding” ahead of their boxing bout that was scheduled for Aug. 6 at Madison Square Garden in New York, “The Problem Child” announced Thursday that he will now fight Hasim Rahman Jr. on that date.
Jake Paul was supposed to box Tommy Fury on August 6 at Madison Square Garden in New York City, but the fight was suddenly cancelled. In an interview with ESPN, Paul explained what happened and placed the blame squarely on Fury. “This is typical Tommy Fury behavior of pulling out...
Tommy Fury issues statement on withdrawal of Jake Paul fight: “I want to clarify that I will fight in a neutral country that both parties can enter”
Tommy Fury has explained his withdrawal from his showdown with Jake Paul. ‘TNT’ and ‘The Problem Child’ were set to face off this August at Madison Square Garden on Showtime pay-per-view. The fight was a re-booking of their failed December 2021 showdown. That outing was canceled due to a Fury injury.
As fans anticipated and prepared to watch Tommy Fury and Jake Paul fight, their dreams were soon crushed. Fury revealed he was banned from the U.S. — the place where the fight was supposed to occur. Why are Fury and his father both banned?. Article continues below advertisement. Tommy...
NEW YORK, NY (SNN-TV) - For the second time, Tommy Fury will not be competing in a scheduled boxing match with Jake Paul. Paul, the YouTube star-turned-prizefighter, wrote today on Twitter that he sent Fury a termination notice, acknowledging that he is officially out of their planned August 6th fight at New York's Madison Square Garden. Paul wrote that he would "take on a new opponent on short notice" but did not say who that opponent would be.