After years of cancellations and reschedules, Jake Paul and Tommy Fury finally fought each other in the ring on Sunday night.
Since both fighters are relatively new to the professional scene, it wasn’t surprising that the fight wasn’t the best. However, that didn’t stop it from capturing the attention of people all over the world.
The fight went for all eight rounds, and on two of the three judges’ scorecards, Fury was named the winner. But the question everyone is thinking about right now is whether Paul will use his rematch clause.
Tommy Fury Vs. Jake Paul: Can We Expect A Rematch Between Them
Before the fight, it came out that Jake Paul’s contract had a clause that said he would have to fight Tommy Fury again if he didn’t beat him on Sunday night.
After the judges’ cards were shown, it wasn’t a surprise that Paul was asked right away if he would take the rematch.
“We can run it back,” Paul said.
“I think we should have that game again.”
“Tommy did well, and he won. Don’t judge me by what I’ve won. Instead, look at what I’ve lost.”
Paul then said that problems during his training camp could have led to what he called a “flat” performance.
“I didn’t feel good. I got sick twice and hurt my arm at this camp. Even though this wasn’t my best work, that’s not an excuse.”
Who Won The First Paul Vs. Fury Fight?
When Jake Paul and Tommy Fury made up in Saudi Arabia, there was no more time for talking. From the first bell, it was clear that Fury was the more experienced professional boxer.
He was throwing more accurate punches while Paul was waiting for a chance to throw his best punch, a right hand that has won him fights in the past.
Even though the fight didn’t really get going, there was a scary moment when Paul knocked Fury down with a left jab in the last round.
Fury was able to fight through the next attack and win the fight. Two judges gave the fight to Fury with a score of 76-73, while the third judge gave the fight to Paul with a score of 75-74.
How Many Rounds Will There Be In The Fight?
There will be eight three-minute rounds in the big fight. Paul has done this twice, beating former UFC champions Tyron Woodley, age 40, and Anderson Silva, age 47, by points.
But Fury, who is 23 years old, has never been in a fight longer than six rounds. His last professional win came in April against Daniel Bocianski, who is 28 years old. Silva and Paul will fight at a catchweight of 185 pounds, which is 2 pounds less than Paul’s last fight.
In November, Fury was supposed to fight 33-year-old Paul Bamba, but Bamba pulled out because of a disagreement about weight.
Paul Vs. Fury: When Will The Rematch Take Place?
The date and location of the rematch have not yet been announced.
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