Tommy Fury slams Jake Paul and claims Molly-Mae leaked DMs aren't real before raging 'you face fake fighters'

TOMMY FURY has torn into 'fake' Jake Paul after the YouTuber claimed girlfriend Molly-Mae slid into his DMs in 2018.

The British boxer, 22, and half-brother Tyson called out the American last week – with Paul hitting back with a video of his own.

In the clip, influencer-turned-professional boxer Paul shared a screenshot of a direct message he claims he received from Molly-Mae before she met Fury on Love Island in 2019.

At the time, Molly-Mae slammed the 'Photoshop' job, saying: "Times must be hard when you’re having to fake a DM…. photoshop is scary.”

And now, speaking of the alleged leaked messages, Fury told talkSPORT: "We all know that wasn’t true.

"That’s the kind of person Jake Paul is, he tries to come out with all these things.

“He’s got his team in the back working on fake DMs, saying ‘let’s do this and let’s do that’. 

“If he’d checked his stuff and was that good he’d have understood the white heart wasn’t approved until 2019 and the DM was supposed to be sent in 2018.

“So he can’t be very good at his job. That’s the type of person he is but it doesn’t matter to me."

Fury went on to call Paul 'fake all round' – taking aim at his recent fight with former basketball star Nate Robinson.


He added: “Fake news is fake news. He’s a fake person who fights NBA fighters.

"So he’s just fake all round and he’s not going to get under my skin.”

Fury went on to say he won't be losing any sleep over Paul as he has 'serious business' on the agenda with his fight against 0-14 journeyman Andy Bishop next weekend.

Paul was among the critics to slam Fury for taking the fight.

But, undeterred, Fury continued: "I’ve got serious business to attend on June 5, it’s another step in my career and another must-win fight. It’s another step along the road.

“Every fight is a world title fight and that’s why I train like it’s a world title fight. I’ve been in Miami with the best.

“I’m in phenomenal shape and training even harder in this last week.

"Even though it’s a four-round fight you’ve got to do this otherwise you’re not going to get to the big fights.

"Every single fight is crucial at this stage.”

However, Fury did open the door to a fight with Paul saying it 'would be an easy night's work'.

A confident Fury roared: “I’m going to continue with my career.

"So if he wants to fight, which is highly unlikely as he’s got no balls, I’ll happily take that fight.

“If he wants to fight, it’s here because it’s a comfortable night’s work and very beneficial.

"[But] I’m not going to start changing my career for Jake Paul.”

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