Jake Paul's brutal win over UFC star Tyron Woodley meant he beat Tyson Fury to Knockout of the Year in 2021 | The Sun

JAKE PAUL already has one win over the Fury family ahead of his grudge match with Tommy Fury.

It came back in 2021, as YouTuber-turned-boxer Paul battled against former UFC Champion Tyron Woodley.

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Paul struggled in his first match against the ex-welterweight champ, before facing him in a rematch four months later and landing a thumping punch which KOd Woodley.

This saw Paul win ESPN's "Knockout of the Year" award.

And it turns out he beat Tommy's brother Tyson in the process.

The "Gypsy King" landed his own brutal knockout punch that year in his fight with Deontay Wilder.


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Fury was looking to put his rival down once and for all in the final instalment of their thrilling trilogy.

A 2018 draw between the pair was followed by a Fury TKO victory in 2020 before Fury put an end to the trilogy in 2021.

Despite dropping Fury to the floor a number of times in the early rounds, the "Bronze Bomber" was unable to capitalise and soon found himself on the ropes.

Fury then landed the final blow with a right hook which left Wilder sleeping on the canvas.

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Fury and Paul were subsequently both nominated for the fan-voted knockout of the year award.

The result saw Paul win by a significant margin as he picked up 56 per cent of the vote.

Meanwhile, Fury only received 37.3 per cent of the votes.

The remaining votes saw 5.3 per cent go to Oscar Valdez's 10th-round KO of Miguel Berchelt in the WBC super-featherweight title fight.

While the other 1.5 per cent went to Gabe Rosado's stunning punch and weave move on the previously unbeaten Bektemir Melikuziev.

Paul will be once again hoping to land a KO over the Fury family, this time in a more direct fashion when he faces "TNT" later today.

However, backup fighter Mike Perry posted a document claiming to be a so-called "script" for the fight.

The baseless document, which promoters confirmed to SunSport is "fake", suggests Paul will win the fight by TKO.

Paul and Fury came face to face for the final time before their showdown in their weigh-in yesterday, with "The Problem Child" Paul antagonising Fury into pushing him.

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