Jake Paul And Tommy Fury Likely To Lock Horns Again In July

Ever since Jake Paul lost to Tommy Fury in Saudi Arabia last Month via split decision, he has been calling for a rematch against the former Love Island Star.

Now, it seems like both ‘The Probem Child’ and ‘TNT’ are ready to share the ring sooner than we thought.

According to ESPN reporter Mike Coppinger, the boxers have agreed to have their rematch in July, however, the date hasn’t yet been revealed.

Boxing fans were expecting Paul (6-1, 4 KO) to go for the KSI (4-0, 3 KO) fight next, just like Eddie Heard had recently advised him, but Paul seems bent on avenging his boxing career’s only loss to Fury.

He had been undefeated in his brief career before meeting Fury (9-0, 4 KO). Even before he suffered the loss, Paul had revealed that he had a one-way rematch clause which he intends to use against Tommy Fury regardless of the outcome of their first encounter.

A venue hasn’t yet been decided either, but fans suspect that Saudi Arabia is likely to host the two boxers again, since Fury hasn’t had the best of lucks when it comes to gaining entry to the US.

Last year, Tommy Fury was denied the US visa because his older brother and heavyweight champion, Tyson, allegedly has ties to Irish mobster Daniel Kinahan.

 

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