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Tommy Fury’s girlfriend Molly-Mae BLOCKS Jake Paul and his entire team days before epic grudge match

, Tommy Fury’s girlfriend Molly-Mae BLOCKS Jake Paul and his entire team days before epic grudge match

MOLLY-MAE HAGUE has BLOCKED Jake Paul and his team on social media ahead of his grudge match with her boyfriend Tommy Fury.

YouTuber turned boxer Paul will throw down with Fury in a Saudi showdown nearly two years in the making at the end of the month.

Jake Paul and Tommy Fury will throw down in a grudge match later this month

Paul has trolled Fury and Molly-Mae Hague for the best part of two years and revealed the birth of their child

, Tommy Fury’s girlfriend Molly-Mae BLOCKS Jake Paul and his entire team days before epic grudge match
Former Love Island star Molly-Mae has blocked Paul and his team on social media ahead of the fight

Social media sensation Paul has left no stone unturned in his trolling of Fury, evening targeting Molly-Mae and revealing the birth of their child.

And former Love Island star Molly-Mae has reportedly responded by preventing Paul and his team from seeing her social media activity.

That’s according to The Mirror, who even claim fringe members of Paul’s team have been blocked by the influencer.

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Paul’s mind games and trolling over the last two years have got on the nerves of Molly-Mae, who hopes the rivalry will soon be “put to bed.”

She told iFL TV late last year: “I just feel like the whole thing, everyone is just over it.

“Hopefully, it can all just be put to bed, they can have the fight and then we can forget about it.

“I feel like it’s just lingering at this point, they need to have the fight and put it to bed because it’s going to be literally all anyone talks about until it’s done.

“I think it’s a fight that needs to happen and if it does it does, we’ll just have to see.


“I don’t see why it shouldn’t, if Jake Paul has the balls and Tommy wants to fight, then it should happen.”

Fury – the younger brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson – is hoping to do that in devastating fashion.

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He told MMA Fighting: “Things have got in the way the previous two times.

“Things well out of my control. A broke[n] rib and everything else that was wrong with the first fight.

, Tommy Fury’s girlfriend Molly-Mae BLOCKS Jake Paul and his entire team days before epic grudge match

“The second fight, denied entry into the U.S. Third fight, here we are.

“Three times is a charm and we’re seeing that.

“We’re two weeks out. I’m ripped, I’m ready, I’m fit, I’m strong and I’ve got more in the tank than what it takes to beat Jake Paul.

“Don’t worry about that.”

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I practice boxing alone?

You can also watch professional boxing matches live on TV if you don’t have a partner and want to learn boxing. A local amateur boxing association is also available. Amateur boxesing clubs usually hold regular training sessions. These sessions typically involve sparring partners, who often hit pads together.

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Punching bags are another option for practicing boxing. Just make sure that you’re wearing protective gear such as boxing gloves before hitting the bag.

How much weight should you lift while working out?

For strength improvement, weight lifting is an essential part of your fitness routine. However, there are certain guidelines you should keep in mind when lifting weights. You should not overdo it. You should lift heavier weights at least once a week. Third, you should do 8 repetitions of each exercise. Fourth, you should rest for two minutes between sets. Fifth, all exercises should be performed without momentum. And lastly, put more emphasis on form than speed.

What is the maximum number of punches a person can take?

A punch can be defined as “a blow delivered with a fist”. One punch is all that a human can take. You are punching someone in the face if they hit you. You can’t hit him/her in the back. This would be two punches.

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  • It is just like normal sparring with a partner, but you want to throw punches at 75% of your normal speed. (
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How to setup a Boxing Gym at my House

A common question that people ask is how to set up a gym for boxing. Many people want to know how much they should spend on equipment and what size space is required. How many employees are needed? There are many factors that affect the cost of starting your own business. These include where you are located, how many employees you have, the marketing budget and competition. But one thing that most people forget is the importance of having good equipment. You cannot begin if you don’t own the right equipment. Here are some helpful tips if you want to open a boxing studio in your own home.

  1. You need a place where you can train. Anyplace you can train is fine, whether it’s in your garage, basement, spare or living area. It is only necessary that enough space exists to allow for equipment installation.
  2. A punching bag is essential. This is essential because it will make it easier to practice punches. You can use anything, from a plastic bag to a heavy-duty leather bag. You should ensure that the bag is large enough to accommodate you comfortably. You should also ensure it is durable and strong so it can last many years.
  3. A mat is necessary. Matting is used to protect floors and walls when practicing kicks. Matting is typically made from foam rubber. They can be purchased online as well as in offline shops.
  4. A bench is a must. Bench is used to support your body while doing pushups. These benches can be bought online and in physical stores. But make sure to choose the right size.
  5. A speedbag is required. Speedbags are useful for developing quick hand movements. You can purchase them online or in-store. Make sure that you buy a quality product which will last long.
  6. A headgear will be necessary. The headgear protects your head during sparring sessions. You can purchase it online or in stores. It is important to choose the right size and protection for your face.
  7. Gloves are necessary. Gloves are necessary to protect your hands when sparring. These gloves are available online and in offline shops. You can choose the pair that best suits you and your style.
  8. You need a mouthpiece. Mouthpieces protect your teeth when sparring takes place. These can be purchased online or in-store. You should choose the pair that best suits you and your needs.
  9. A ring is essential. Rings can be used to simulate real fights. You can purchase them either online or offline. So that you don’t get injured during sparring, ensure it has padding both sides.
  10. You need a towel. To wipe off sweat after any workout, you will need to use towels. They can be purchased in your local sporting goods stores or online. Make certain that they are soft and absorbent.



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