JAKE PAUL SUGGESTS TYSON FURY CAUSED TOMMY FURY INJURY AFTER FIGHT CANCELATION
Jake Paul has suggested that Tyson Fury may have caused the injury to Tommy Fury that meant the Brit had to pull out of their boxing clash.
According to the Fury camp, the 22-year-old had been suffering from a bacterial chest infection and a broken rib, with Jake laying the blame at the feet of Tyson.
One video that raised eyebrows, and has become the source of contention, was him laying into Tommy’s body with medicines balls during a sit-up drill.
Jake appeared on The MMA Hour to discuss the cancelation, when the MMA journalist asked if that drill may have caused the injury that disrupted everything.
- JAKE PAUL
It is very possible that could break a rib for sure. Even when I do that drill we are a little bit careful and take precautions because you hear stories about fighters getting injured while trying to work on their abs with that exact drill. Who knows what really happened, but all of it seems shady.
Jake is now taking on Tyron Woodley in a rematch of their August bout, but there’s no telling if he’ll square off with Tommy at some point.