“Revenge? Let’s go!” Fury and Paul’s words after the fight


British Tommy Fury (9-0, 4 KOs) and American Jake Paul (6-1, 4 KOs) commented on their last fight, which took place on February 26 and became the main event of the boxing evening in Saudi Arabia.

Recall that the fight went the entire 8-round distance and ended with Fury’s victory on points by a separate decision of the judges. In the course of the confrontation, a point was deducted from each of the fighters for breaking the rules, and in the 8th round Tommy was slightly knocked down.

Single Gender Berries — vRINGe’s coverage of the Fury-Paul fight.

“Over the past two years, it has swallowed up my whole life,” admitted fury. — Broken rib, travel ban (to the US)… Everyone thought I was afraid and avoiding a fight. Today I made my own legacy. I am Tommy Fury… All these two years I dreamed and imagined the moment when I win this fight. And no one believed me. Now everyone has seen it all. There was a lot of pressure on me, and I overcame everything. I am 23 years old and this is my first main event. I will only get stronger and bigger. A lot of nerves were spent, but I overcame everything. If he wants a rematch, let’s go.”

The reaction of the boxing public to the defeat of Jake Paul by Fury

“My deepest respect for Tommy. He won, he said. Floor. Don’t judge me by my victories. Judge me by my defeats. I’ll come back. I think we deserve a rematch. It was a tough fight. And close. I don’t know if I agree with the judges, because I had 10-8 twice in rounds. But how is it. I have already won in life. Defeated everyone and everywhere. I have an amazing family, incredible friends, and an amazing work ethic. I’ve already gone further than I could have imagined.”

Watch Fury-Paul’s highlights and hitting stats from their 8-round fight.