Tyson Fury tells brother Tommy 'he ain’t coming home' to the UK if he loses grudge match with YouTuber Jake Paul

TYSON FURY won't allow his brother Tommy to return to the UK if he loses his showdown with Jake Paul.

The Love Islander will lock horns with the YouTuber turned boxer in a grudge match on December 18.



Fury goes into the showdown as a huge favourite due to his wealth of experience, which older brother Tyson is adamant he must use to get the job done.

The Gypsy King said: “I think this is a really good fight for everybody who is going to be watching around the world.

"There’s going to be a lot of people watching. A lot of people are interested in this fight.

"You’ve got two young, undefeated guys. I’m really looking forward to it.

"It’s going to be an excellent night. I think Tommy will knock him out.

"No disrespect to Jake Paul, but like I said to Tommy, if he can’t knock Jake Paul out, fly to a foreign country and stay there because he ain’t coming home.”

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WBC heavyweight king Tyson is training his younger brother ahead of the Tampa tussle.

TNT is happy with how training camp is going, saying after their first day: "Just finished my first day as a trainer, first-morning session rather.

“Really happy with myself, the way things went. All the boys trained hard.

"The run this morning was good. Good leg work, feeling good, feeling fit. Trainer T’s doing the best job.”

Tyson then asked his sibling: “What’s happening to Jake Paul?”, to which Tommy replied: “He’s getting knocked spark out in two rounds.”

A fired-up Fury then asked: “Are you rocking and rolling, Tommy?"

The social media celebrity then replied: “This is ‘Camp Spartan.'"

Former Disney star Paul is relishing his showdown with fellow novice Fury, who he reckons will crumble under the bright lights.

The American said: "He's only been put in there with opponents that were meant to lose.

"This is his first real test where his opponent isn't some guy who is just going to flop over.

"He has no idea what he's getting himself into.

'"This is his first time under the big lights, on the big stage, and he's going to crack under pressure."

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