Jake Paul will lose as fight "isn’t rigged" says Tommy Fury in press conference

Tommy Fury has savaged Jake Paul after claiming his opponent will lose their upcoming bout because the fight won't be rigged.

The two have been at loggerheads on social media ever since their multi-million dollar fight was announced back in October, and were given the chance to go back-and-forth in person during their pre-fight press conference this week.

Fury tore into Paul's boxing record, highlighting the fact that the former YouTube star only ever fought retired UFC fighters and a former basketball player.

"You've fought retired UFC people, a basketball player and that's it," Fury said.

"When you fight me on December 18, mate, you're getting knocked spark out. Stick to YouTube, cause that's all you're good for.

"Because when it's not rigged and it's not set up in the contract, you lose."

The 22-year-old added that he feels as if he's won the lottery, considering the huge pay check he'll receive for what he claims will be a routine win.

"I feel like I've won the lottery. You're asking me to fight an absolute nugget on a massive world stage," he stressed.

"You're gonna pay me very nicely and comfortably and all I've got to do is fight Jake Paul.

"I'm gonna splatter this man come December 18. So I'm begging Jake Paul, please do not pull out of this fight."

Paul holds a 4-0 professional record, but Fury will be first professional boxer he's ever faced in the ring.

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"When you get in there with a fresh 22-year-old who's been doing this all his life, you're gonna wish you stuck to paying UFC fighters off and basketball players," Fury added.

The Englishman, who goes into the fight with a professional record of 7-0, has been training for weeks at his brother Tyson's fitness centre in Morecambe.

The bout takes place in Tampa, Florida on December 18 and will be shown live in the UK on BT Sport Box Office.

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