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Jake Paul to Exercise Rematch Clause Against Tommy Fury After Split Decision Loss

Despite the knockdown, it wasn’t enough for Paul to secure the win. The judges’ decision was split, with two of them awarding it to Fury, 77-75 and 79-73, and one giving it to Paul, 77-75.

After the fight, Paul admitted he wasn’t at his best, stating: “I felt flat. I got sick last night and didn’t have my legs under me.” He also claimed that Fury had hit him with low blows, which had affected his performance.

Despite these setbacks, Paul remains determined to prove himself in the ring and has already announced his intention to exercise his rematch clause. In a statement, he said: “Tommy Fury knows deep down that he lost that fight. I’m a man of my word, and I’m going to run it back. This time, I’m going to be 100% healthy and 100% ready.”

Fury, on the other hand, welcomed the prospect of a second fight, stating: “Bring it on! I’ll fight Jake Paul any day of the week. He hit me with a good shot, but I got up and won the fight. If he wants to go again, I’m ready.”

The rematch is sure to generate a lot of interest, given the intense rivalry between the two fighters. Paul has been making waves in the boxing world since his debut in 2020, with many fans and pundits questioning his legitimacy as a fighter. However, he has consistently proven his detractors wrong, racking up wins against opponents from different combat sports backgrounds.

Fury, on the other hand, comes from a boxing family, with his older brother, Tyson Fury, being a former heavyweight champion of the world. Tommy has yet to reach the same heights as his brother, but he is seen as a rising star in the sport and has an impressive record of 7-0.

The rematch between Paul and Fury is expected to take place later this year, with many fans eager to see if Paul can redeem himself after his loss. Whatever the outcome, it’s sure to be a highly entertaining and hard-fought battle, as both fighters look to prove themselves as legitimate contenders in the world of boxing.


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