Tommy Fury watched his brother Tyson bet $810,000 on the outcome of their fight over a video clip exchange. Paul, the world champion boxer, and Fury had exchanged insults in the controversial internet videos.The building was there, and we’re cheering for the Adam Azim-Amir Khan love-in. I’ve noticed Oleksandr Usyk’s dancing feet before his next fight, scheduled for later in the summer.
Jake and Fury have their mouths on the dough.
Fury and Paul have bet big that the American’s encounter with Tommy Fury will take place at Madison Square Garden on 6 August.UFC veteran Tyson said last week that he “put my money where my mouth is” by wagering 100,000 on Tommy, 23, to beat an online personality-turned-boxer. Paul, 25, responded by posting a video message on the same YouTube channel, calling on the heavyweight champion of Wimbledon by saying “Tyson Fury, who made $40 million last year, is willing to bet 100,000 on his younger brother. Let’s up the ante. Let’s bet $1 million on it.”Tyson couldn’t help but indulge himself since he had the bait dangled in front of him. The 33-year-old maintained an American accent while having one eye covered to agree with the bet. During his daydreams about what kind of car he’d buy with his winnings, Fury said, “What you can do, little Jakey, is spend it on some new teeth.”
Usyk’s got the skill and motivation to rematch.
Given that cross heavyweight champ Usyk can be just a little anxious about his rematch with Joshua, those who would like to view the 35-year-old in action by watching this video would do well to do so.Joshua, who was beaten by the Ukrainian last September, has almost completed his goal of reclaiming titles in the WBA (Super), IBF, and WBO, referring to himself as the “battle comeback king.” The fight will be held in Saudi Arabia on 20 August.
The feeling is mutual between us.
The feeling is that Khan is firmly Azim’s corner – and this is reciprocated. Azim Shakil – of the British city of Slough – impressed mightily with his knockout of Anthony Loffet in Coventry on Saturday.Azim, whose grasp of hand-to-hand combat is second to none, needed only 66 seconds before winning the WBC youth inter-continental super-lightweight title. Fans and pundits were impressed by his quick moves and dominant strength.