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Tommy Fury Pulls Out Of His Boxing Match Against Jake Paul, Tyron Woodley Steps In

Tommy Fury Pulls Out Of His Boxing Match Against Jake Paul, Tyron Woodley Steps In

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It was announced on October 29, 2021, that undefeated duo Jake Paul and Tommy Fury would be facing each other on December 18. The bout was supposed to be contested at a catchweight of 192.

But we have problem here...This Monday Morning Jake Paul took to Twitter to announce that Tommy Fury has pulled out of the fight due to a “medical condition” and Tyron Woodley is stepping in for December 18th for the official rematch.

Here Is The Full Announcement:

"It is official. Tommy Fury is boxing's biggest b**. He has pulled out of the fight. Fury have pulled out of the fight due to a medical condition. Who knows what the f** is going on in that camp I think is a bad case, of course. I couldn't believe the news at first does it still doesn't even seem real he fumbled the biggest bag of his life now, he will be watching at home paying me $60 of instead of getting paid millions of dollars to fight me. I thought with a broken nose of fought sick get the f* over this is Boxing, it's official. He was scared. I think the pressure got to him the s**-talk got to it. That's the bad news guys. The good news is that Mr. Tyron Woodley we call them up. Really? Hey, you want to take the fight? He has been training. He's go sure I'll take the fight. Let's do the rematch run it back. I'm giving him five hundred thousand dollars extra if he can knock me out. No doubt. I didn't knock him out the first time I'm coming back and I'm getting that crazy W in the crazy highlight reel knock-up December 18th The Show.

The boxing match between Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley takes place on December 18, 2021, at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.

Jake Paul last faced Woodley on August 29, 2021. Prior to the bout, Paul had compiled a record of 3–0 (3 KOs) as a professional boxer, and was coming off a first-round technical knockout victory on April 17, 2021 against former mixed martial artist Ben Askren.

Paul won the fight by split decision. One judge scored the fight 77–75 for Woodley, while the other two judges scored it 77–75 and 78–74 in favor of Paul.

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