Fans question Tyson Fury’s loyalty to brother Tommy as video emerges of him hugging Jake Paul
TYSON FURY’s loyalty to brother Tommy has been called into question after video surfaced of him hugging Jake Paul.
Paul traveled to London after announcing the latest postponement of his grudge match with rival Tommy.
And the boxer-turned-youtuber was being interviewed by Joe when world heavyweight champion Tyson paid him a surprise visit.
He watched in shock as the Gypsy King burst through the door and faked a punch.
But the two soon embraced with a carefree face and then embraced.
Although fans claimed Tyson’s son was more loyal than him after little Paul left with a punch.
One said: “Tyson’s son is more loyal than him lol.”
Another said: “The little man is loyal to his uncle.”
One added: “Youngen knows what’s going on.”
But in defence, one argued: “Tyson Fury knows it’s all about business and he only talks to sell tickets.”
JOIN SUN VEGAS AT: GET A FREE £10 BONUS WITH 100 GAMES TO PLAY AND NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED (T&Cs apply)
Paul, 26, and Tommy, 23, jeopardized unbeaten records, bragging rights and the family’s reputation on Sunday, February 26 in Saudi Arabia.
It marks the THIRD Time the two will try to settle their score in the ring.
Tommy was forced to retire in December 2021 due to a rib injury and then last August due to a US visa issue.
But he’s hoping it’s really luck for the third time, as his big brother warned him to leave no stone unturned in training camp.
Tyson, 34, told Sky Sports: “He can’t just go to the ice cream shop and not work out.
“He needs to really focus and have the right sparring and everything. He really has to take it seriously.
“He has to do the job when he’s in there because it’s not just the opponent. When you take the opponent out of the equation.
🥊 How to watch Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury: Date, UK Start Time, Live Stream, TV Channel
“There’s a lot of pressure, a big stadium, at the top of the bill and all those things.
“The thrills and falls of big-time boxing get to them at times, so it’ll be interesting to see if Tommy can handle that pressure, which I know he can, but it’ll be interesting to see him in front.” to see the world.”
Tommy will be the first opponent with a recognized professional boxing record that Paul faces.
But the American has beaten ex-MMA champions Ben Askren (38), Tyron Woodley (40) and Anderson Silva (47) 6-0 in his career.
And Tyson said: “I think he’s a decent boxer.
“A lot of people think he’s just some YouTube guy who can’t box, but I’ve actually seen him train and I’ve actually seen his fights and I think he’s decent.
“He’s like a beginner pro. He’s only had six fights so he’s about as good as he should be at this point.
“He’s not an Olympic boxer, but neither am I.”
https://www.the-sun.com/sport/7254443/tyson-fury-tommy-jake-paul/ Fans question Tyson Fury’s loyalty to brother Tommy as video emerges of him hugging Jake Paul