TYSON FURY has warned Jake Paul to keep his girlfriend on a ‘LEASH’ when the Fury’s fly stateside for Tommy to take on the YouTube sensation.
Paul v Fury is scheduled for December 18 in Miami, with Tyson set to be ringside to cheer on his younger brother.
And he has aimed a dig at Paul’s girlfriend Rose in the build-up the eight-round bout.
Fury, who this month took two women on a wild eight-hour booze bender told iFL TV: “He better keep his girlfriend on a leash because you know when big T’s in town,” as he flexed his biceps.
“F****** they’re not safe! Lock up your women and hide your men because we’re coming to Florida. Well I am anyway.”
Tyson is crossing the Atlantic one again after sensationally knocking out Deontay Wilder in Las Vegas last month.
He then headed straight out to a Sin City nightclub and was seen having the time of his life as he hosted a wild after-party.
And The Gypsy King is eyeing another fun-filled trip to the States when half-brother Tommy takes on Paul a week before Christmas.
Tyson’s recent outburst is not the first time the Fury’s have aimed a dig at Paul’s partner Rose.
In Wednesday’s press conference Tommy was left with his head in his hands after dad John made a vile sexual remark.
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He shockingly said: “You know when Tommy knocks you out he’s going to bend your girlfriend over and do her like a dog, in front of you.”
Paul and Rose went official with their relationship in early 2020 with an Instagram post.
It came after the couple met on the set of his music video for These Days.
The 26-year-old Instagram model is often seen attending his boxing fights and is best known for being the ‘World Series Flasher’.
In 2019 Julia, along with her friend Lauren Summer, both lifted their shirts to flash Houston Astros pitcher Gerrit Cole.
Both women have been banned for life from attending any future baseball matches in the US.