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KSI Responds to Jake Paul’s Defeat to Tommy Fury and Talks Potential Future Fight

KSI, the popular YouTuber and rapper, had a lot to say in response to Jake Paul’s recent defeat to Tommy Fury. KSI, who had previously fought and defeated Jake’s older brother, Logan Paul, in a highly publicized boxing match, took to social media to revel in his rival’s loss.

During the fight, KSI was highly critical of the referee, claiming that the ref was ruining the fight. He also took issue with what seemed to be Jake Paul copying KSI’s signature “bounce” style in the ring, tweeting “Jake Paul tryna copy my bounce lmao. Funny thing is, he has no idea what he’s doing with it.”

After the fight, KSI continued to mock Jake Paul on Twitter, saying “Honestly I would destroy both Jake Paul and Tommy Fury.” Both Tommy Fury and Jake Paul responded to KSI’s comments, with Jake stating that “KSI is yet to fight a real opponent, so we don’t know his skill level, but that is still a massive fight,” while Tommy Fury said “At the end of the day KSI can sit back in his chair in London and say what he wants.”

Despite the trash talk, KSI has indicated that he would be willing to fight either Jake Paul or Tommy Fury. In a video posted to his YouTube channel, KSI confirmed that he would take the fight, with his father John agreeing that the match would be a good idea.

While there is no official confirmation that a KSI vs Jake Paul or KSI vs Tommy Fury fight will happen, the possibility of such a match is sure to generate a lot of excitement among fans of the sport. With KSI having previously shown that he has what it takes to succeed in the boxing ring, it would certainly be interesting to see how he would fare against either Jake or Tommy.

It remains to be seen whether or not KSI will actually face off against one of his rivals, but one thing is for sure: his comments on social media have certainly stirred up a lot of buzz and generated a lot of interest in the world of boxing. Only time will tell if we will see KSI back in the ring again, but one thing is certain: he will have plenty of supporters cheering him on if and when he does.


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