Jake Paul Had Ridiculous Excuse For Losing Against Tommy Fury


On Sunday night, in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, the much-anticipated fight between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury finally took place.

The YouTuber-turned boxer, Jake Paul, lost to the younger brother of heavyweight champion Tyson Fury in a split points decision, leaving him with a blemished record.

After the fight, Jake spoke about his feelings on the decision, saying, “All respect to Tommy, he won, but I think we deserve that rematch.”

He also revealed that his preparation had not gone as planned, stating that he got sick twice during his build-up and had injured his arm, saying “I felt flat, I got sick really bad twice in this camp, injured my arm. But I lost, I’m not making excuses.”

However, he also stressed that he was not going to let the loss define him and said “Don’t judge me by my wins, judge me by my losses.”

Tommy Fury was emotional as his arm was raised in victory, dedicating his win to his newborn daughter, Bambi.

“For the past two years, this is all that has consumed my life,” he said on BT Sport, “Everybody thought I was running scared, but tonight I made my own legacy.”

He also made it clear that he was ready for a rematch, saying, “This is my first main event, I am going to get bigger and better and if he wants a rematch, bring it on.”

The fight had been two years in the making and had been postponed twice, first in December 2021 when Fury had to pull out due to injury and then in August 2022 when he was unable to travel to the United States.

Despite the delays, the fight lived up to its hype, with Jake knocking Tommy down in the eighth round.

While Jake may have lost the fight, he left with his head held high, showing grace in defeat. As he said, “I’m not making excuses.” However, he also made it clear that he believes he deserves a rematch, stating, “I think we deserve that rematch.” Only time will tell if there will indeed be a rematch between the two fighters, but regardless of what happens next, both Jake and Tommy put on an impressive performance that won’t be forgotten any time soon.

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