Tyson Fury calls out Jake Paul to fight Tommy even before half-brother's most-recent win with YouTuber bout on the cards

TYSON FURY called on Jake Paul to fight his half-brother Tommy following the ex-Love Island star's KO of Scott Williams earlier this year.

Light-heavyweight Tommy extended his record to 5-0 in February – before making the 6-0 with a points win over Jordan Grant in June.

But the Williams victory won the praise of unbeaten WBC heavyweight champion Tyson, who then challenged YouTuber Paul to fight his younger sibling.

He tweeted: "@jakepaul where you at?"

The social media star, 24, is 3-0 since turning pro in 2020.

He beat online rival 'AnEsonGib' before leaving ex-NBA star Nate Robinson, 37, out cold in November on the undercard of Mike Tyson's comeback fight.

Paul later beat retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren in April.

Fury will next face Anthony Taylor on the undercard of Paul's next fight in what will be his first fight in the US.

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Tommy, 22, has won three fights since coming out of ITV's popular villa, where he was runner-up alongside girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague.

He opened the door to fighting KSI, 28, in 2019 after the Brit YouTuber beat Jake's older brother Logan, 26, by split-decision.

But at the time, Tommy revealed he's making up for his lack of amateur experience by fighting as frequently as he possibly can.

He said: “I am trying different things and learning all the time. I only had ten amateur fights so I am learning all the time.

“I am in the public eye so I don’t really worry about people’s opinions, as long as my friends and family are happy with me, I am happy.

“Boxing is the hardest sport in the world and I am a novice, but I have my dad with me so I cannot go wrong.

“I want as many bouts as possible because experience is what I need.”


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