John Fury again calls out Jake Paul to fight son Tommy on Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder undercard after TNT wins

JOHN FURY wants his son Tommy to fight Jake Paul on the undercard of Tyson Fury vs Deontay Wilder on July 24.

Tommy, 22, beat Jordan Grant on Saturday night and his dad wasted no time in calling out the YouTuber after the victory.

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John Fury said: "Good on Jake Paul for doing what he's doing. At the end of the day, good luck to the kid.

"He's game enough to get in the ring. Any man who gets in the ring is a game man.

"But listen, it's a big difference coming from no crowd to a big crowd. It's a first night out for them, they're very noisy. It's brand new for him [Tommy].

"But Jake Paul, we'll have you next mate. If you think he [Tommy] is no good, we'll take Jake Paul next.

"Tyson's undercard, July 24, Jake Paul."

And Tommy added: "I'm ready whenever. Come and get it."

TNT extended his pro boxing record to 6-0 with a 40-36 points win over fellow Brit Grant in Telford.

But his biggest battle came on his walk to the ring when the giant crowd in town to watch Potteries hero Nathan Heaney turned on the handsome ace.


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YouTuber Paul, 24, also holds an unbeaten boxing record with three knockout wins from three fights.

He faces former UFC welterweight champ Tyron Woodley on August 28 – with Tommy branding Paul 'cunning' for avoiding real fighters and facing 'clowns' instead.

But the Furys are hoping to arrange a showdown for next month when Tommy's older brother looks to defend the WBC heavyweight belt he snatched from the Bronze Bomber last year.

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