Tommy Fury ALREADY open to Jake Paul rematch to 'rob the bank twice' but vows to retire YouTube rival in December fight

TOMMY FURY has revealed he's open to having a rematch with Jake – if the YouTuber doesn't retire from boxing after their grudge match.

The Love Islander will fight the YouTuber-turned-boxer in a Florida showdown on December 18.



Fury, 22, will earn the biggest payday of his career for his clash with The Problem Child, who he'll happily face again once he teaches him a boxing lesson.

When asked if he thinks this will be Paul's last fight, he told Frank Warren TV: "Yes, one million per cent.

"Unless he's completely stupid and he wants a rematch. Let's hope I can rob the bank twice."

Fury – the younger brother of WBC heavyweight champ Tyson – recently likened his showdown with Paul to a legalised bank robbery.

He told talkSPORT: "It’s an opportunity you can’t refuse.

“I’m getting a chance to rob a bank and not go to jail for it, on a massive worldwide stage.

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“It doesn’t get any bigger than this for me, it’s come early – seven fights, 22 years old – I’m living the dream!

“You can’t say I’m not; I’m getting paid millions of pounds to go out there and deal with a YouTuber, in the sunny state of Florida.

"Does it get any better? I don’t think so.

“Fight number eight on my journey, this is my coming-out party.

“I’m going to be known very well in America after this because to even mention this guy’s name in the same as mine, in boxing terms, is terrible.

“I’m going to prove that on December 18 and all these so-called people that know what they are on about – ex-world champions – I’m going to prove that they know nothing about boxing when I go in and dismantle this man.”

Fury plans to raid the bank in double-quick time, saying: "After our last fights on the same card, I rocked up with four people to his after-party.

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"I saw him and what did he do? He didn't [do anything].

"He sent a security man over to say: 'Please leave'.

"When he gets in the ring with me, he will find his level. He'll be out in the first round."

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