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Tommy Fury accepts Jake Paul’s new fight offer as contract details revealed

The Independent
The Independent
 2021-10-08

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Tommy Fury has agreed to sign a contract to fight Jake Paul after the YouTuber set out new terms over Instagram.

The fight between the two undefeated fighters has been rumoured for months but it seems it is finally going to happen. If the bout does go ahead, Fury will be the first boxer Paul has fought as his other opponents have been a fellow YouTuber, former NBA star and UFC fighter.

Paul told Fury his new contracts details on social media, saying: “If you beat me I will give you an extra $500,000. However, if you lose you have to change your last name for one year to Tommy Fumbles.”

Fury didn’t back down from the wager as he replied: “We have a deal. Get that sent over to my lawyers ASAP right now. We’ll get that looked at and sorted because there’s not a chance in hell you are winning this fight. You’re leaving on a stretcher. You’re getting knocked spark out and you know it. Get it over to me now.”

Fury had previously turned down a contract as he said it “wasn’t worth getting out of bed for” and insinuated that Paul had to offer better terms for him to step into the ring.

The 22-year-old said: “I just wanted to come on here and address a few things that Jake Paul has been saying that I have denied two offers to fight him.

“That is true, as those offers weren’t even worth addressing, and now he has come out and said that he wants to give me a million to fight him and I just want to say this.

“To everybody out there, $1 million for a fight of this magnitude is not even worth getting out of bed for, this fight is going to gross millions and millions of pounds. I cannot walk down the street without anybody asking me when are you fighting Jake Paul? So until you want to make a serious offer and put it on the table, we can’t think about fighting pal.”

No official fight date for Paul vs Fury has been confirmed as of yet, but with both fighters agreeing to terms, that now seems to be a formality.

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