I feel sorry for lost puppy Tommy Fury, he's trying to figure out life and treated like runt of family, says Jake Paul | The Sun
JAKE PAUL feels sorry for "lost puppy" Tommy Fury.
The American YouTube sensation, alongside elder sibling Logan, helped kick-start the controversial celebrity boxing circuit and made a name for himself with ruthless, often X-rated trash-talk.
But, ahead of the February 26 showdown in Saudi Arabia, Paul says he pities his next opponent.
Paul, 26, knows Fury will find it hard to leave his new baby for a fight.
And he claims world heavyweight champion brother Tyson and overbearing father Big John are forcing him into it.
Paul said: “I was telling my friends: I don’t know how he’s mentally going to be able to deal with that.
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“If I had a kid, I wouldn’t want to be showing up at the gym, so I think it’s going to be a distraction for him.
“The pressure is on. He has a lot of weight riding on his shoulders.
“He’s like a lost puppy trying to figure his life out.”
After Fury, 23, twice pulled out of planned bouts – with alleged injuries and immigration issues – Tyson vowed to leave his little bro in the Middle East if he loses.