Mike Tyson refuses to get involved as Jake Paul says 'Iron' Mike could beat Tommy Fury during press conference

At their recent press conference, Jake Paul and Tommy Fury engaged in trash talk, ‘The Problem Child’ mentioned former heavyweight boxing champion Mike Tyson’s name and suggested that Tyson could beat Fury in a fight. However, Tyson did not want to get involved and jokingly laughed it off. It appears that Tyson is not interested in being part of the Paul-Fury hype and is choosing to stay out of the conversation.

Throughout the presser, there was a heated exchange of words between Tommy Fury and Jake Paul as they tried to generate excitement for their upcoming fight. Fury accused Paul of only fighting washed-up and retired boxers, prompting Paul to respond with a sharp remark. He suggested that even at 58 years old, ‘Iron Mike’ could still beat Fury in a fight.

Despite the provocative comments made by Paul, Mike Tyson chose not to get involved in the trash talk.

Watch Tyson’s response here:

In the lead-up to their fight this coming Sunday, influencer-turned-boxer Jake Paul and professional boxer Tommy Fury are preparing to face each other in what has been highly anticipated by fans of the sport. The fight is set to take place on February 26, 2023, in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia, and is expected to generate a lot of buzz and media attention.

WBC creates a championship belt for Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury fight

The WBC has designed a unique championship belt that will be awarded to the winner of the highly-anticipated boxing match between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury, set to be broadcast on ESPN+ and FITE+ pay-per-view this Sunday, February 26, 2023. The winner of the match will be crowned the “Diriyah Champion,” a distinction that comes with a special belt and recognition from the WBC.

Jake Paul, aka ‘The Problem Child,’ is set to face his biggest challenge yet in his combat sports career as he prepares to take on his first-ever professional boxer, Tommy ‘TNT’ Fury, in a fight that will be held at the Diriyah Arena in Saudi Arabia. The fight will be streamed live on ESPN pay-per-view, with a special start time of 2 p.m. ET.

The event, titled “Paul vs. Fury,” will also feature a co-main event between WBC Cruiserweight champion Ilunga Makabu and former WBC and WBA champion Badou Jack. Fans will need to pay a PPV price of $49.99 to watch the event.

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