Timothy JamesTimothy James
March 18, 2023

It’s not about the money for Tommy Fury – he wants to put an end to the Jake Paul hype train, free of charge.

The rivalry between Tommy Fury and Jake Paul isn’t dead – far from it. In fact, Fury shared a message directed at Paul on his Instagram story, stating he’ll fight the Youtuber-turned-pugilist – free of charge.

“It’s gone past money for me now,” Fury declared in the video. “I’ll fight you for free in Manchester or London next month. Not a problem.”

Fury and Paul were originally slated to box each other in August 2022, but visa issues on Tommy’s side led to him being replaced by Hasim Rahman Jr. Funnily enough, Rahman Jr. was eventually replaced by Tyron Woodley – who had already lost to Paul – after weight issues.

“Let’s see how game you are,” Fury continued. “Me and you get nothing. All proceeds will go to charity. I just want to fight you and put an end to you … take it or leave it.”

This comes on the heels of Jake Paul going after Tommy and his father John Fury on Twitter. Paul was attempting to finalize a fight deal with Fury for a showdown in Manchester, per reports from Mirror Fighting.

It’s unclear how Paul’s recent signing with the PFL would affect a potential boxing match with Tommy Fury, but Jake has already expressed his desire to both box and compete in MMA in 2023.

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