One of the most awaited boxing matches of all time, Jake Paul vs Tommy Furry will be held in Saudi Arabia this upcoming Saturday. Jake Paul and Tommy Furry will go head to head in a cruiserweight bout in Saudi Arabia. Now, ahead of their Saudi Arabia fight, Jake Paul has issued a video for his 'Dear Tommy' and assured him that he will be retired after he is down with him. Notably, Jake Paul vs Tommy Furry Saudi Arabia fight is among the most anticipated as both the fighters are eager to go head-to-head from past many years but in 2023 it is now going to be a reality.

In the video, Jake Paul says, "Tommy, I hope you have enjoyed these last few moments of your carrier. This is it! you are gonna be retired from boxing after this. You are gonna be disarmed by your family. You are gonna go back to your mother...There's nothing else that can save you. It is just me and you. Your brother is not with you in the ring. Your dad is not with in the ring anymore...So all that cute motivation about having a child and fighting for her all that sh*t go out of the window when I coming to take fu*k you head off. Decapitate you. I am angry person deep down and I am gonna take all out of it on you."

Jake Paul vs Tommy Furry

For the unversed, Jake Paul vs Tommy Furry were first scheduled to take place in 2021 but the world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury's brother Tommy pulled out of the bout due to injury and illness. They were next slated to lock horns in August 2022, but travel and visa issues prevented the 23-year-old Briton from flying to the US. However, the star boxers are now set to fight each other in a cruiserweight bout in Saudi Arabia. Paul heads into the PPV with a 6-0 record in his professional career and is coming off a TKO victory over MMA legend Anderson Silva. He has also earned victories over ex-UFC superstar Ben Askren and former UFC champion Tyron Woodley.

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It is pertinent to mention here that the 26-year-old Youtuber-turned-boxer has been long criticized for not fighting real boxers but, Fury comes as the first for him. The half-brother of world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is undefeated with a record of 8-0 in his career. He beat Daniel Bocianski in his last professional fight in April, which was under the Tyson Fury vs Dillian Whyte card.

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