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There's Only One Way For Tommy Fury To Make More Than $1 Million Fighting Jake Paul

And that would be on the rematch after Tommy beats Jake the first time.

Again... Jake Paul is not a good fighter, but he is a very good promoter.  And Tommy Fury (also not a good fighter) is an idiot for not jumping on this opportunity.

There is no scouting report on this fight because neither has fought enough rounds against real competition, but this seems to be the most even (evenest?) matchup that Paul has put together in terms of size and age... Both are in their early 20's and walk around as light-heavy/cruiserweights... And when two attractive bums of equal size fight, anything can happen.

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Fortunately, there is a ton of FANTASTIC boxing with live underdogs on the immediate horizon, so this YouTube circus can stay in the periphery for now. 

  • This Saturday (9/25)- Anthony Joshua vs. Oleksandr Usyk, for Joshua’s WBO/IBF/WBA heavyweight title
  • October 4th- Teofimo Lopez vs. George Kambosos Jr., for Lopez’s IBF/WBO/WBA lightweight title (in NYC)
  • October 9th- Tyson Fury vs. Deontay Wilder, third fight, for Fury’s lineal/WBC heavyweight title… All heavyweight undercard.
  • October 23rd- Jamel Herring vs. Shakur Stevenson, for Herring’s WBO junior lightweight title
  • November 6th- Canelo Alvarez vs. Caleb Plant, WBC/WBO/WBA/IBF super-middleweight unification
  • November 20th- Terence Crawford vs. Shawn Porter, for Crawford’s WBO welterweight title

But if this Paul vs Fury fight happens sometime after that, I am not embarrassed to say I am among the millions of idiots who will probably cough up the PPV fee to see Jake finally get his ass kicked.

Take a report.


If you are in NYC Saturday and want to watch college football and then a real heavyweight title fight with a couple of my friends, you're more than welcome to stop in here…