Tommy Fury has turned down Jake Paul’s $1 million Final Fight offer.
And Britain dismissed the YouTuber’s criticism, saying the proposal was ‘not worth talking about’.
Paul tweeted on Tuesday: “Tommy ‘Fury’ has declined two copious offers from my team.
“Timmy ‘Fury’… This is your last offer… $1 million, eight rounds. Four more than so far.
“Either step up and fight or accept that you and your dad don’t believe in @tommytntfury.”
But unwilling to lay down and accept the mockery of the online personality, Fury took to Instagram to make his point.
He said: “I just wanted to come here and address some of the things that Jake Paul is saying that I have declined two offers to fight him.
“It’s true, because those resolutions weren’t even worth addressing, and now he’s come out and said he wants to give me $1 million to fight him and that’s all I want to say…
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“For everyone, $1m is not even worth getting out of bed for a fight of this magnitude, this fight is going to earn millions and millions of pounds.
“I can’t walk down the street without asking someone when you’re fighting Jake Paul, so unless you want to make a serious offer and put it on the table, we can’t think of fighting dude.” “
Fury said: “It’s a very smart strategy in what he’s doing.
“It’s used by a lot of fighters when they don’t want to fight anyone.
“It lets the public know that he’s made a lot of offers, reached out to the fight and I’ve turned it down and I don’t want a fight.
“But as I said earlier, $1m is nothing in terms of boxing. Especially for a fight of this size. Soon enough to fight tomorrow or tonight. Get your stats up and we can talk Huh.”
Paul defeated Tyron Woodley to go 4–0, making his knockout victory joined by online rivals’ Neisungib, ex-NBA star Nate Robinson and retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, both 37.
Meanwhile, Fury went 7–0 and his promoter Frank Warren later confirmed that talks were on with Paul’s camp.
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