“When Tommy fights no one gives a f**k,” Jake Paul responds to Tommy Fury’s call out after his latest win against Daniel Bocianski

Tommy Fury called out Jake Paul after his latest win against, Daniel Bocianski. Paul shared an immediate response.

Tommy Fury and Daniel Bocianski
Tommy Fury and Daniel Bocianski

The British professional boxer and half-brother of the Heavyweight boxing world Champion, Tommy Fury improved his undefeated record to 8-0 with this latest win against Daniel Bocianski on the fight card at which his elder brother Tyson Fury is defending his title against Dillian Whyte.

This match took place at the Wembley Stadium in London and Tommy Fury defeated Bocianski with a unanimous decision after dominating him for almost all the six rounds. Fury even secured a Knockdown in the fifth round and ends up winning this fight with ease.

Immediately after securing this win, Fury turned out his attention towards the Youtuber turned professional boxer, Jake Paul whom he was scheduled to face on 18th December. Tommy Fury pulled out his name from this match due to a chest infection and broken rib but now he wants to settle the score with Paul once and for all.

Tommy Fury called out Jake Paul after his win by saying, “Jake Paul this should have been done a long time ago in December but if you want it, I’m ready and I’m calling you out. I am ready to chop you just like I did there so just get the contract signed and let’s get it done once it for all.”

Talking about the toughness of his opponent, he added, “Fella like this is going to kill Jake Paul. He is a true professional and he is one of the best”. Tommy added, “Jake Paul I’m going to end your career and you know this. So let’s get this settled.”

Jake Paul isn’t impressed by Tommy Fury’s performance, suggested a move to fight against Anderson Silva

Tommy Fury and Jake Paul
Tommy Fury and Jake Paul

Jake Paul has been searching for his next opponent since his win against the former UFC Welterweight champion, Tyron Woodley. He even got engaged in a Twitter spat with former UFC Middleweight champion, Michael Bisping but he doesn’t seem to be interested in fighting Tommy Fury after he pulled out from their scheduled match.

Tommy Fury
Tommy Fury

Paul immediately shared his response to Fury’s knockout by saying to Ariel Helwani, “Congrats on beating a 10-1 fighter. But that stadium was empty. When I fight the stadium is full. When Tommy Fights no one gives a f**k. And that’s in his home county. Let’s see how Anderson Silva’s event does.”

Now, it is going to be really interesting to see will both of these massive stars will align to fight each other ever again.  

Also Read: “Going out with a bang”- Tyson Fury reacts to his dad claiming that he won’t retire after the Dillian Whyte clash.