Jake Paul and his impressions after losing to Tommy Fury

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Jake Paul and his impressions after losing to Tommy Fury

Jake Paul commented on his performance and defeat by Tommy Fury. Paul looked good in most of the fight, but it was clear that Fury is still the better boxer. Paul congratulated his opponent on the victory and was not entirely satisfied with his tactics and boxing.

“Good fight, good war,” Paul said, as quoted by mmajunkie.usatoday.com “Tough kid. I didn’t have my best performance. Fair play to Tommy – he won fair and square, and that’s boxing. You’ve got to take it on the chin.

But it was some good moments in there. I just really couldn’t get my game plan working. But hey, man, this is what this sport is all about: You win some in glorious fashion, and you lose some. Like I said out there, judge me by my losses because I’ll be back”.

As he announced, Fury was excellently prepared for this match. He had difficult preparations with strong opponents. “He was just really well prepared, and I think it was more so a reflection of my own performance vs.

him being super outstanding,” Paul said. “I couldn’t get my momentum going like I wanted to, and I just felt kind of flat. He was exactly the fighter that I expected him to be. I think his combinations were the thing that were a bit more impressive, but it was a reflection of my own performance and me just not fighting the way I know I can”.

Tommy Fury and his impressions

Tommy Fury, on the other hand, is overjoyed with his victory. He did what was expected of him. “He didn’t really do a lot but it was just everything. Don’t forget, I’m only 23 years old, the weight of the world on my shoulders tonight.

My Mrs. gave birth three weeks ago, it was a hell of a lot going on and I’m just happy I came out with my team, my dad and everybody else and we’re leaving with a win, we’re leaving with a belt. It’s just the best feeling in the world because over the past two and a half years, this is all that’s consumed my life.

Walking out in public, ‘you backed out of two fights, you’re scared of Jake Paul, you’re not a real fighter.’ Tonight, I showed everybody that I ain’t scared of no one and I can cut it at the big dance”.

Jake Paul