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Tommy Fury has ‘NO CHANCE’ against Jake Paul and will be knocked out in three rounds, says man who boxed BOTH rivals

JAKE PAUL has been backed to make easy work of Tommy Fury inside three rounds by a fighter who has shared the ring with BOTH rivals.

Fury is in line to receive a THIRD contract to fight Paul, having twice pulled out of their pay-per-view headliners in the past.

Jake Paul pictured with former sparring partner Anthony Taylor
Tommy Fury and Anthony Taylor

Anthony Taylor is in the rare position of having boxed the pair of celebrity stars.

He was Paul’s previous sparring partner while losing a four-round decision on the YouTuber’s undercard to Fury, 23, last year.

And with talk of a grudge match being rescheduled for 2023, Taylor, 33, sees only one winner.

He told SunSport: “Tommy has no chance. Jake Paul knocks him out, third round.

“Tommy is slow, he doesn’t have no power, he has no pop in him, I’ve felt his power.

“I’m a tough dude, I’m a realist and I’ve always been consistent, Tommy doesn’t have the power.

“Jake Paul is just going to outwork Tommy. If you notice, Tommy likes to avoid the longer rounds, Tommy has been doing four rounds.

“He avoids eight rounds, he doesn’t do them. I wouldn’t be surprised if Jake says, ‘We’re going to fight, but it’s going 12 rounds.’


“Tommy is going to be like, ‘Nah, I’m OK.’ I do think Jake should fight Tommy over ten rounds, to be honest.

“That’s fair since Tommy f****d over Jake twice, he should take on the financial responsibility of the fight and make it a ten-round fight.”

Fury first withdrew against Paul, 25, last December with a rib injury, causing Tyron Woodley, 40, to step in and lose by knockout.

The pair then renegotiated terms for August but the 2019 Love Islander suffered a US visa issue, which still persists currently.

Paul instead returned in October and beat UFC legend Anderson Silva, 47, his biggest win to date.

And now it is Fury’s turn as he faces 5-2 American Paul Bamba, 33, on Sunday in Dubai, falling on Floyd Mayweather’s undercard.

Paul will be in attendance with Taylor also in action against another reality TV star in Jack Fincham, 31.

But the former MMA champion wanted to rematch Fury – and dared his former opponent to try and get a KO this time.

Taylor said: “Tommy doesn’t want to fight me again.

“Tommy wants to fight Jake Paul, but Jake had to fight Tyron Woodley twice because Tommy backed out.

“Why can’t I get my rematch? Who are you to tell me I can’t get a rematch? He wants to fight bums.

“No disrespect to Paul Bamba, he’s a bum and that’s just how it is.

“Tommy, fight a real fighter. Finish what you started. Give me my redemption fight.”

Anthony Taylor was beaten by Tommy Fury on Jake Paul’s undercard

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