Tommy Fury threatens to jump out of ring and slap Jake Paul at Mayweather fight

Tommy Fury has threatened to jump out of the ring and slap Jake Paul during his fight against Paul Bamba this weekend. Fury returns to action on Sunday, when he fights Bamba on the Floyd Mayweather vs Deji undercard in Dubai.

The former Love Island star is back in action for the first time since his proposed bout with rival Paul was cancelled for a second time, after his team were denied entry in the United States. Fury's feud with the YouTube star has been going on for some time.

However, after plenty of online squabbling, the pair are still yet to settle their differences in the boxing ring, with both finding other opponents since the cancellation.

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Paul recently extended his unbeaten professional record after defeating UFC stalwart Anderson Silva late last month, and when Fury returns to action, the American revealed he will be watching ringside. Confirming his attendance, he said: "Dubai…It’s about to be a party. I’m ready to step in if Tommy pulls out."

Amid the American YouTuber's update, Fury fired a strong warning. Speaking in the build-up to this weekend's fight night, he said: "I'm not interested who's there. There could be a million Jake Pauls sat ringside.

"My mindset is laser focussed on Paul Bamba, getting him out the way then I'll jump out ringside and slap him in the face. I'm not really bothered about Jake Paul or KSI or whoever they're with because a load of boys really, with a load of men, that's what it is."

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Despite already having two cancellations and Fury's travel restrictions, Paul confirmed in October that he and Fury were still pursuing the opportunity to finally meet in the ring. Speaking on his BS podcast, he commented: "Had a call with Tommy Fury. Yeah, they're saying we're going to fight in February.

"I think he actually can't come into the United States. So if I fight him in the UK, I think parts of it are shady, I don't think we're getting the full truth on everything, but regardless, it's a great match-up and I really want to knock him out."

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