Tommy Fury explains why he called off the Paul fight



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Tommy Fury explains why he called off the Paul fight

Yesterday during the day, information emerged that Tommy Fury (7-0-0) had canceled his performance against Jake Paul. The two boxers, who came to fame through Fight Island (Fury) and YouTube (Paul), are working diligently to build boxing careers, and on December 18 they were to settle accounts with each other.

However, there will be nothing from that match for now, and Tyson Fury's half-brother explained the reason why he is not able to perform. '' My heart was absolutely broken because I was forced to cancel my fight against Jake Paul due to a bacterial infection in my chest and a broken rib."

"The start of my camp was amazing and at no point did I expect anything to stand in the way of my victory on December 18th. I can’t say how disappointed I am and I really hope we can reconnect this fight next year."

"I want this match more than anything. Unfortunately, I am now focusing on recovering and agreeing on a new date, '' Fury said in an address shared by his promoter Frank Warren on Instagram.

Reschedule

By the way, Frank Warren has also confirmed that they plan to reschedule this match.

Of course, this figure is not surprising because the match between Tommy Fury and Jake Paul should generate big profits for all parties involved. '' We are disappointed because of Tommy. This was a great opportunity for him to show the world what he truly can do.

Unfortunately, he had to cancel because it is obvious that he is not even close to one hundred percent of his possibilities." "We will try to agree with Jake Paul's team on a new date next year, '' Warren said.

Jake Paul did not fail to accuse Tommy of being scared and called him the biggest bit*h in boxing. However, the good news for Jake is the information that Tyron Woodley has agreed to step in as a replacement. The former UFC welterweight champion waited for revenge against Paul, and by chance will win it.

Recall, Paul defeated Woodley by a split referee's decision, in late August this year. The rematch will take place on December 18 this year. Paul will be looking for his fifth professional win, while T-Wood will be looking for a bitter taste wash from the last match, as well as his first win in professional boxing. It all came together, and now he has a great chance for revenge