Tommy Fury confirms he WILL fight Jake Paul again in rematch as he makes first TV appearance since win on GMB | The Sun

TOMMY FURY has confirmed he will step into the ring to fight Jake Paul again.

Fury was pictured on Good Morning Britain as he made his first TV appearance since his victory over Paul, showing off a plastered eye in the process.

Speaking on the programme, Fury has now confirmed his intention to face off against the YouTuber-turned-boxer once again.

He said: "The rematch is something that I'm definitely wanting because I believe in the rematch I will stop him.

"You know [in] the first fight I've never been eight rounds before so you're just a bit weary of what's in your tank and how the fight is going to go.

"But I've now been in the ring with him once, I know what to expect."


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TNT emerged victorious over The Problem Child in the grudge match in Saudi Arabia via a split decision from judges.

It saw Fury improve to a 9-0 record, while Paul had his first loss in professional boxing inflicted on him to move to a 6-1 record.

Tommy's big brother Tyson Fury also believes a rematch is the way forward for him.

After the fight, he said: "He did a fantastic job. The world media, the world’s biggest stars, [all] came to see it. It was fantastic.

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"I expected Tommy to knock him out, to be quite honestly quite comfortably, but Jake was better than I thought he’d be, so fair play to Jake Paul…

"He’ll (Tommy) be headlining now forever. I’d like to see him fight a rematch with Jake Paul and fight Logan, his brother."

However, since the fight, a row has ensued regarding the payouts following a bet which the pair shook hands on.

Fury has taken home a cool £3.7million, while Paul claims to have walked away with a whopping £25m.

Pre-fight Paul wagered a double-or-nothing deal to Fury, with the pair shaking hands before needing to be separated.

John Fury, father to Tommy and Tyson, took to social media to demand Paul honours his end of the alleged deal.

But Paul has hit back, claiming both Tommy and John refused to sign the deal.

In response, Paul's manager, Nakisa Bidarian, said: "Dear John – congratulations on the win.

"I've grown to highly respect you off camera.

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"However, this statement is shocking given what you said to me at his Highnesses [sic] house on Friday evening and the correspondence from your / Tommy's lawyer.

"Moreover our team has you on camera refusing to agree on the deal the night of the fight."

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