‘My dad would rip his heart out and feed it to him!’ Tyson Fury calls for Jake Paul to fight his dad John BARE-KNUCKLE after the pair’s furious clash in Dubai, insisting he ‘would pay 100 dollars’ to watch it unfold
- John Fury publicly demanded a fight with Jake Paul at a boxing event in Dubai
- Heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury has called for a ‘bare knuckle’ fight
- The boxing star claimed his father John, 58, would ‘rip out’ Jake Paul’s heart
- Tyson Fury made the claim prior to his world title fight with Derek Chisora
Tyson Fury has suggested YouTuber-turned-boxer Jake Paul should face his father John in a bare-knuckle fight, claiming the 58-year-old would ‘rip his heart out and feed it to him’.
The heavyweight boxing world champion made the comments on The MMA Hourprior to his December 3 fight with Derek Chisora at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
John Fury clashed with Paul during Tommy Fury’s exhibition bout with Rolly Lambert in Dubai earlier this month, which was part of the undercard of Floyd Mayweather vs Deji.
Tyson Fury has suggested his father John should have a bare-knuckle fight with Jake Paul
Paul was on commentary for the fight and was heard screaming ‘you’re f***ing s**t’ and ‘you’ve got no d**k’ at Tommy Fury while the exhibition was taking place.
John Fury climbed into the ring following the bout and ripped off his shirt, before both demanding a fight with Paul.
‘Forget my son, I’m the king of the bare-knuckle man.’
Paul, meanwhile, responded with: ‘You’re a miserable old man. Come fight me right now then.’
Tyson Fury has suggested the pair should step into the ring in a bare-knuckle contest.
‘I think my dad would rip his heart out and feed it to him and the man is nearly 60 years old,’ Tyson Fury said, when asked who would win a fight.
‘I think my dad and Jake Paul should have a bare-knuckle fight to the end.
‘That would be a spectacle and I would give $100 to see it, pay-per-view.’
John (right) publicly demanded a fight with Paul (left) in a confrontation in Dubai this month
Paul has twice been expected to face Tommy Fury, but the contests have been scrapped on both occasions.
Tommy Fury was forced to cancel the showdown last December after sustaining a rib injury.
He was then prohibited from traveling to the United States for the rearranged contest this summer.
Paul publicly agreed to fight the former Love Island star in February earlier this month, provided a deal was completed within a seven-day timeframe.
The American tweeted the pledge on November 15 that he would face Tommy Fury in London or Manchester.
The tweet was followed by a post from his company Most Valuable Promotions.
Tyson Fury suggested the fight ahead of his world heavyweight title fight with Derek Chisora
‘You & your papa are both frauds. My team & I will never risk a quid on u again,’ Paul replied.
‘I’m not paying ua pence u dimwit so there’s no old agreement/terms. My team has spoken to the Warrens multiple times this week & the deal is your promoter is paying you. Sign the paperwork.’
Paul has since tweeted that offers have been made to three potential opponents for a fight in February.