‘He should go to a desert island and stay there for life’: Eddie Hearn presses Tommy Fury before his showdown with Jake Paul, claiming a loss to YouTube star would be ‘the most embarrassing’
- Eddie Hearn has put pressure on Tommy Fury before the Jake Paul fight
- Claims Fury should go to ‘desert island’ if he loses to Youtube star
- Hearn also says a loss to Fury would be the most ’embarrassing’
- Fury and Paul are finally ready to fight in Tampa, USA, on December 18.
The pressure will be on Tommy Fury before his clash with Jake Paul after promoter Eddie Hearn claimed that the former should go to a ‘desert island’ if he loses the fight.
After months of speculation and clashes on social media, the couple will go head-to-head on December 18 in Tampa Bay, United States.
Promoter Hearn hopes that Fury, the brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, will win, claiming that a loss to Paul would be ‘the most embarrassing thing’.
The pressure will be on Tommy Fury before his fight against Jake Paul on December 18.
Eddie Hearn has claimed that the loss of Fury in Tampa will be the ‘most embarrassing thing
“ Logic would tell you that a pro who made a living boxing and was also Tyson Fury’s brother should never lose to Jake Paul, ” Hearn said via talkSPORT. Michael Benson.
If Tommy loses, he should go to a desert island and stay there for life. It would be the most embarrassing. ‘
This is not the first time pressure has been put on the 22-year-old. His brother, Tyson, claimed that he would change Tommy’s last name if he loses to the YouTube sensation.
Speaking in Behind the gloves, Tyson said: ‘If Tommy can’t splash Jake Paul, I’ll take him out of boxing myself.
Paul defeated former UFC champion Tyron Woodley last time in Cleveland, Ohio
“ He has the ambition to be a world champion, never mind beating a YouTube guy.
His name is Fury. If he can’t beat Jake Paul, I’ll have to change his name.
Currently, Fury is undefeated after seven fights, four of them by knockout. Similarly, Paul is also undefeated in four fights. He beat former UFC star Tyron Woodley in his last fight, but Love Island star Fury will be his toughest opponent to date.