REVEALED: Tyson Fury has £100,000 bet on brother Tommy to defeat Jake Paul in Saudi Arabia… with the Gypsy King convinced he will ‘absolutely deck’ YouTube star because he ‘knocks out 90 PER CENT of people that he spars with’
- Tyson Fury has placed a £100,000 bet on brother Tommy to defeat Jake Paul
- Gypsy King has backed younger Fury to stop the YouTuber inside the distance
- Tyson revealed Tommy has been knocking out his sparring partners in training
- The highly-anticipated grudge match will take place in Saudi Arabia on Sunday
Tyson Fury has placed a large wager on his brother Tommy to defeat Jake Paul in Saudi Arabia.
The undefeated heavyweight champion revealed that he has placed a £100,000 wager after being impressed by Tommy’s performances in sparring leading up to the highly-anticipated grudge match.
Speaking to iFL TV, the Gypsy King claimed Paul will be surprised with his brother’s punching power. ‘Tommy knocks out 90 per cent of people that he spars with or drops them at least, so he’s a very hard puncher and Jake Paul will find that out tomorrow.
‘I’ve got 100 racks on it for an inside-the-distance stoppage, so if he loses, then I’ll lose 100 bags as well. I’ve got him at 3/1.
‘I know Tommy is going to knock him out. What is a little bit stupid is I see all these experts and professional boxers picking Jake Paul over Tommy.
Tyson Fury has placed a £100,000 bet on brother Tommy to defeat Jake Paul on Sunday
Gypsy King backed 23-year-old to stop the YouTube star inside the distance in Saudi Arabia
Fury claimed Tommy has been knocking out sparring partners in the leadup to the clash
‘I’m like, “What the hell are these guys watching?”, because Tommy will absolutely deck him.
‘I think Tommy can get him out of there whenever really.
‘It’ll definitely be inside the distance and it won’t be a points job for sure. Tommy wins by knockout.’
Since making his professional in-ring debut in 2018, the younger Fury has amassed a perfect 8-0 record, with four stoppages inside the distance.
However, the 23-year-old has been criticised for the quality of his opposition in his burgeoning career, with Fury’s four knockout victories coming against opponents with a combined record of two wins and 72 losses.
Meanwhile Paul has already set his sights beyond the clash on Sunday, eyeing a two-fight clash with UFC star Nate Diaz in the summer, before closing out the year by taking on fellow YouTube star KSI in December.
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