Jake Paul warns Tommy Fury 'not to wear a hat' or else he will STEAL it and says Floyd Mayweather was 'just my warm up'

JAKE PAUL has warned Tommy Fury 'not to wear a hat' or else he will STEAL it when he next sees the British star.

He went on to say Floyd Mayweather was 'just my warm up'.

The YouTuber caused havoc in May one month before his older brother Logan faced boxing legend Mayweather in an exhibition.

Paul snatched Mayweather's cap, sparking a mass brawl with the ugly scenes immediately going viral.

The American social media sensation was told by online rival Fury not to try the trick again when they share the stage Stateside in two weeks time.

But Paul revealed he is only just getting going and boasted how Mayweather's cap was just the start of his collection.

He told SunSport: "I would tell him not to wear a hat. If he wants to play those games, we can play those games, Tommy.

"Look, if you want to wear a hat, that s***'s going to get taken, one way or another. I'm stealing everybody's hat, nobody's hat's safe.


"This kid's not fast enough, Floyd Mayweather, I took this guy's hat and he had to have 20 guys to hold me down before he could get one punch off 15 seconds later.

"Oh, and by the way, that was my warm up, so now I've got one under my belt, one stolen hat under my belt, the second one? Way easier."

Paul, 24, is 3-0 as a boxer, all by knockout, since his professional debut in 2020 but has so far fought limited opposition.

He has beaten online rival 'AnEsonGib' and ex-NBA player Nate Robinson, 37, and most recently retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 37.

Paul faces his biggest step up on August 29 against Tyron Woodley, 39, a former UFC champion.

On the undercard, 2019 Love Island star Fury, 22, faces Paul's sparring partner Anthony Taylor, 32, which will mark his US debut.

Also on the bill is heavyweight contender Daniel Dubois, 23, with Paul urging Fury to prove a point and potentially set up a fight between them.

He said: "I wanted to have Tommy be exposed to the US market, be exposed to my audience.

"I wanted to give him the opportunity to potentially shine in front of the world.

"I would tell him not to wear a hat. If he wants to play those games, we can play those games, Tommy.

"Because, no one has ever bought a Tommy Fury, pay-per-view or seen a Tommy Fury fight.

"This is his big moment, and it does potentially set us up for a fight in the future. If we can both do what we're expected to do.

"Tommy's 'expected' to win, I'm expected to win, so if we both get through, yeah it builds that narrative for sure.

"I wanted to give him that opportunity and I just wanted a dope undercard.

“He has a lot of hype around him, that's also why I got Daniel Dubois, Amanda Serrano, I just wanted to build an amazing event.

"Montanna Love, who's also from Cleveland, Charles Conwell, this is going to be an insane night."


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