Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Cancelled Again

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury Cancelled Again - partycasino

Jake Paul has taken the boxing world by storm. After making his way through the YouTube boxing ranks, The Problem Child has now had five professional bouts, recording five wins, four of which came by way of stoppage. But, after making his way past the likes of AnEson Gib, Nate Robinson, Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley, it’s Tommy Fury who the American has been targeting for a while.


The Jake Paul v Tommy Fury bout was supposed to happen last year, but the fight was pulled due to Fury, with Paul having to take Woodley on for a second time. And now it appears as though the same has happened once again, with Fury suggesting that he wasn’t allowed to travel to America, something he insists he was notified about when entering Heathrow Airport to fly out Stateside for the press conference to launch the fight.

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Paul Keen

Paul, who is a social media megastar, has been using his various accounts on platforms such as Instagram to suggest that he and his team, Most Valuable Promotions, were keen to help get Fury’s situation resolved to make sure the two could fight in the multi-million-pound bout at Maddison Square Garden. But his latest release insists he will push ahead to find a new opponent for August 6 after the fight with Fury was officially cancelled, a claim Fury has supported.

Third Time Round?

Now the fight between Paul and Fury has been pulled for a second time, while Fury continues to suggest that he does want to face Paul in the ring in what would be a bout worth millions, it’s unlikely that Paul and MVP will give Tyson’s brother a third bite at the cherry. And Paul could well be about to line up an even bigger showdown with KSI, if both come through their next fights.

Paul & KSI

Paul and KSI are bitter rivals, even though the latter is the business partner and close friend of the former’s brother, and when the pair do finally meet in the ring, it could break PPV records. So now all eyes will be on Paul and who he fights in August, with KSI looking to avenge his brother Deji’s loss by taking on Alex Wasabi as he returns to the ring after a hiatus where he went out and collected a number one album in the music industry.

Fury Future

For Fury, 23, he’s had eight professional fights and recorded four knockouts. But at times, TNT has looked unconvincing, and many suggest he may be willing to swap the sport to prioritise his earnings away from the ring as an influencer. The fight against Paul would undoubtedly have been his biggest payday in his boxing career, and the Mancunian may regret not pushing harder and doing everything possible to make it happen as planned at The Garden. 

Suppose Fury is to make it to a good standard as a professional boxer. In that case, he will have to fight more credible opponents and make a statement by looking impressive in victory. Otherwise, he could fall by the wayside and become a forgotten man in the sport, which is sure to disappoint many.