• Tyson Fury and Jake Paul trade verbal jabs to hype up the fight of the Brit's younger brother against the YouTuber
  • Tyson promises that Tommy Fury will beat Paul on December 18
  • Paul thanks Tyson for helping promote the fight and then promises to steal his fans

Jake Paul will be put to another test when he faces Tommy Fury on December 18.

Most recently, a virtual presser was held between Paul and Tommy, with the 24-year-old attending remotely from the comforts of his pool in Puerto Rico.

Meanwhile, Tommy attended the event with his dad John, who did most of the talking and took a swipe at Paul’s wardrobe choice.


The patriarch of the Fury clan also wanted Paul to take off his shades, but the internet sensation did not oblige and went on a tirade of his own.

But throughout the verbal exchanges, Tommy and his older brother Tyson Fury could be seen just laughing it off in what somehow hinted that the whole thing was scripted.

Tyson, the WBC and The Ring heavyweight champion, also gave his remarks about the fight and seemed calm.

However, it was the part when Tyson made a bold prediction that Paul will be on the receiving end of a terrible beating in the ring which ticked off the YouTuber.

In response, Paul started to brag about his success, stressing how he made more money this year in boxing and pointing out how Fury was praising him a couple of months ago.

Fury took it straight and stressed that his comments were made three months ago. Now, the heavyweight champ thinks Paul is a “wanker.”

Regardless, Paul tried to earn the goat of Tyson as well by thanking him for helping promote the fight. But that did not come with another verbal jab, telling the heavyweight champion he would steal his fans.

“Thank you, Tyson. I’m gonna steal all of your fans. I’m gonna knock your brother out and be on my merry way. Another payday. Another speed bump in the road on the way to becoming world champion,” Paul stated as quoted by Boxing Scene.

Paul went on to say that Tommy would be an easier fight compared to Tyron Woodley and vowed to knock out the Brit on December 18.

Jake Paul Jake Paul speaks during a news conference to promote his Showtime pay-per-view boxing event against Tommy Fury at Resorts World Las Vegas on November 6, 2021 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Photo: Getty Images | Jake Paul