Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury: leaked script of exact results


There has been a script of the Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury exact fight leaked on social media. This situation makes boxing lovers and sports bettors wonder about the truth of the match. Both will meet in the ring later today, but there is a suspicious script circulating on social media that shows exactly how the fight will pan out.

It shows that Jake Paul will knock out Tommy Fury in the eighth round.

Both fighters have been in rivalry for two years and finally, they will set the record straight. For sportsbooks, Paul is the favorite. The leaked document shows what will potentially happen in each of the eight scheduled rounds. The first session is predicted to be on Paul’s side before Fury takes over in the second – but the fight then switches again.


The script goes as far as to say Paul will then call out bitter rival KSI before agreeing to give Fury a rematch. Saying that only as long as it happens in Los Angeles. That is unlikely to happen, knowing that Fury cannot travel to America, and it cost him a fight with Paul last August.

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