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.

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Then dad John vowed to make Tommy ditch their proud fighting surname is he doesn’t beat Paul.

After cheekily announcing the supposed birth of Tommy and Love Island beau Molly Mae-Hague’s baby – which the couple are still yet to confirm – Paul visited Wembley and said: “It’s a bit bizarre.

"Two of his biggest life moments in a very short time period are happening now.

"I can’t even imagine if my dad or brother said some s*** like that but I guess he’s always kind of been the runt.

“I don’t hate the kid, I don’t think he’s a bad person.

"He’s just caught up in the wrong lifestyle and doesn’t really know who he is.

“He has this fake confidence and all that but he’s going to find out the truth on Feb 26.”

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