JOHN FURY claimed Jake Paul “absolutely s*** his trousers” during their ringside clash at son Tommy’s fight.
Paul was a special guest commentator at the Coca-Cola Arena as Tommy boxed late replacement Rolly Lambert in an exhibition.John Fury offering to fight Jake Paul[/caption]
The YouTuber-turned boxer heckled from ringside and the two later clashed post-fight with security having to restrain them.
At one point, Tommy’s father and coach John ripped off his shirt and challenged Paul to a bare-knuckle fight.
And he boasted of striking fear into the eyes of his son’s celebrity boxing rival, ahead of another potentially rescheduled grudge match.
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John told iFL TV: “I’m ready for a fight. You know me, I’ll fight.
“I’m drawing me pension on Monday but I’ll peck mate. I will peck with any man on this world, especially him.
“I looked in his eyes, and I’ve fought many a man, he ain’t got the eyes of a fighting man.
“He absolutely s*** his trousers. His full team s*** their trousers, not just him, his manager as well.”
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Twice the celebrity boxing foes have signed to fight but both times Fury was withdrawn.
He suffered a rib injury last December and then was pulled out in the rehashed date in August amid a US visa issue, which still persists.
John named Dubai as the venue to renegotiate after striking a verbal deal with Paul’s manager Nakisa Bidarian.
He said: “Contracts mean nothing to me but a handshake does and my word, you can build a tower block on it.
“He’s given me his word, his manager, we fight in February. And where better place? The world of Dubai.”
Paul beat 47-year-old UFC legend Anderson Silva in his last fight in October, the biggest win in his 6-0 career.
Fury was set to return against 5-2 American Paul Bamba, 33, but the bout was dramatically scrapped on the day due to a weight disagreement.
Instead, 17-bout Lambert, 33, filled in on just hours notice but it was unable to be sanctioned as a professional fight.Jake Paul commentating on Tommy Fury’s fight[/caption]