Tyson Fury has predicted that his brother Tommy Fury will cease Jake Paul inside six rounds when the pair lastly conflict in Saudi Arabia on February 26.
Fury was ringside on Saturday, as his brother and Paul confronted off within the ring and traded phrases forward of their highly-anticipated dust-up, which has fallen by means of twice earlier than.
The WBC heavyweight world champion insists Tommy, who final fought in April on the undercard of his victory over Dillian Whyte at Wembley Stadium, will inflict a primary loss on Paul’s skilled document in emphatic style.
“I feel Tommy knocks him out inside six rounds,” Fury told Sky Sports.
“Tommy hits and hurts me [in sparring] and I’m 20st and 6ft 9” and heavyweight champion of the world.
“I do know when he hits Jake. I dont need to say an excessive amount of, as a result of I don’t need the battle to fall by means of, however he hits actually exhausting.
“When Tommy wins he can battle KSI or Jake Paul or whoever, whoever they need to battle.
“Whether or not they can battle in additional movie star boxing like this and Jake Paul, he may lose to Tommy thrice in a row and nonetheless battle some MMA man or one other boxer and make loads of cash out of it.”
Paul addressed the assembled media at a press convention on the OVO Enviornment in Wembley on Saturday following the conclusion of Artur Beterbiev’s eighth round stoppage win over Anthony Yarde, however was crucial of his rival who was not current.
‘The Problem Child’, who’s undefeated in his first six skilled bouts, will battle a recognised skilled boxer for the primary time in his profession in Riyadh, along with his final battle a unanimous resolution win over former UFC star, Anderson Silva in October.
‘The Gypsy King’ admits Tommy, 23, can’t afford to underestimate the American YouTube sensation.
“He’s received to take it actually critically,” the 34-year-old added.
“He can’t simply go to the ice cream parlour and never practice.
“He’s received to essentially focus and have the best sparring and every part after which he’s received to do the job when he’s in there, as a result of it’s not simply the opponent.
“When you take the opponent out of the equation, there’s massive stress and it’s in an enormous stadium they usually’re prime of the invoice and all that type of stuff.
“The thrills and spills of huge time boxing typically get to them.
“So it’s going to be fascinating to see if Tommy can deal with that stress which I do know he can, but it surely’s going to be fascinating to see him do it in entrance of the world.”