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Tommy Fury reveals reason why he didn’t have immediate rematch with Jake Paul as KSI guns for fight

TOMMY FURY has heaped the blame on Jake Paul for the delay of their proposed rematch.

The former Love Island star was on course for a second successive multi-million-pound showdown with the Problem Child after edging their February fight via split decision.

Tommy Fury edged Jake Paul in their grudge match in February

Paul campaigned for an immediate rematch but will fight UFC legend Nate Diaz next

Fury claims the immediate rematch went by the wayside as Paul went ‘silent’

But YouTuber-turned-boxer Paul has instead opted to try and get back in the win column against former UFC star Nate Diaz in August.

And Fury claims the duo didn’t immediately run things back as Paul and his team went AWOL.

When asked if he’d been offered the fight, he told talkSPORT: “Nope. Not once [has he been in contact.]

“I think I saw a tweet the other day that he wants to run it back in a year’s time, but as far as I’m concerned we were meant to be running it back a few months later.”

Former Disney star Paul, 26, was hellbent on rematching Fury in the aftermath of his first professional defeat.

But Fury reckons he had a change of heart after watching back their Saudi showdown.

The 24-year-old said: “He was in the middle of the ring saying ‘I’m here for the rematch, that’ll be my next fight.’

“Obviously he’s gone away, watched it, and thought ‘maybe I’m not that good yet.’ So he’s silent.”


Although his sights are currently focused on MMA icon Diaz, Paul already has a date in mind for exacting revenge on Fury.

In a scathing rant at bitter rival KSI, Paul tweeted: “This clown… tried to fight D***o Dan [Dillon Danis] who has never boxed and put a dehydration clause on him.

“Fought a 40-year-old who hadn’t fought for 3 years and put a rehydration clause on him before elbowing him.

“Now trying to squeeze Tommy.

“I elevated Tommy, my son is now worth a lot more than the $1.5M offers you making. Tommy, February we run it back.”

Tommy Fury seemingly has a fight with KSI in the pipeline

Fury hasn’t fought since his razor-close victory over Paul but seemingly has a fight with KSI in the pipeline.

TNT confronted the YouTuber in the ring last month and said: “All I can say is, sign me up.

“Easy money, easy money.

“You are going to sleep in four rounds. Four rounds, asleep.

“Gung ho, no defence, no head movement. Knocked out.”

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