'Just f***** fight' – Jake Paul urges Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua to 'give people what they want' after failed talks | The Sun
JAKE PAUL urged Tyson Fury and Anthony Joshua to "just f****** fight" and "give the people what they want".
The YouTuber-turned boxer returns over the weekend in Arizona against Anderson Silva, for his first bout in ten months.
His comeback bout comes after Tommy Fury, 23, and Hasim Rahman Jr, 31, both withdrew from fighting him in August.
Paul has become tired of bouts falling through and took aim at the lack of boxing stars willing to put their records on the line.
He said at the press conference: "Get these fights done, stop shooting yourself in the foot and being greedy.
"Give the people what they want, don't look at every term in the contract and try to change it. Just f****ng fight.
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"You spar everyday, why not get paid tens of millions of dollars to do it front of people?
"They are very cared to risk their undefeated records but boxing needs these big fights, don't let your manager or promoter stop you.
"You've got to be in control."
Joshua, 33, and Fury, 34, failed to agree terms to a December 3 blockbuster in Wales, much to Paul's frustration.
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He later told media: "It sucks for the fans, those are the ones that get hurt. It's bad, this is why the sport has gone to bad places before.
"It's gone to scary moments where you think the sport is end up dying out because big fights like this aren't happening.
"Why didn't we get Fury vs Joshua? There are so many instances where big fights should be made and they're not."
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