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Tommy Fury has won via split decision

Jake Paul has been silenced for the first time ever.

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TOMMY FURY BEATS JAKE PAUL! He wins via split decision!

Fight card, results

  • Tommy Fury def. Jake Paul via split decision (74-75, 76-73, 76-73)
  • Badou Jack def. Ilunga Junior Makabu (c) via 12th-round TKO
  • Ziyad Almaayouf def. Ronald Martinez via unanimous decision (38-37, 38-37, 38-37)
  • Muhsin Cason def. Taryel Jafarov via first-round TKO (corner stoppage)
  • Bader Samreen def. Viorel Simion via first-round knockout

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury — Round 1: At the beginning of the match, both men exchanged jabs before Fury attempted to push Paul towards the ropes. In doing so, Paul lifted Fury up, prompting the referee to intervene and speak to both fighters. They repeatedly got into a clinch early on, causing the referee to once again intervene and calm them down. Fury managed to land three quick jabs to Paul’s face, followed by Paul responding with a jab to the body. However, they ended up in a clinch again after Fury threw a few more jabs. Paul managed to connect with an overhand right, causing Fury to step in. Throughout the round, Paul frequently bent over at the waist as he stepped in. Although Paul landed a left hook late in the round, Fury’s jabs likely earned him the round as they exchanged blows until the bell. According to the unofficial scorecard, the round ended 10-9 in Fury’s favor.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury — Round 2: Fury wasted no time returning to his jab, using his movement and skill to outmaneuver Paul. He landed a strong jab to Paul’s face, followed by two body shots from Paul and a well-placed left hand. Fury responded with a powerful chopping right hand, then continued to land solid jabs and straight punches. Although Paul missed with a big overhand right, he did manage to land a solid jab afterwards. In contrast, Fury landed a punch on Paul after dodging his missed right hand. According to the unofficial scorecard, Fury won the round 10-9, bringing his total score to 20-18.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury — Round 3: Paul was able to connect with a left hook and a jab that briefly backed up Fury. He followed up with two more strong jabs and a left hook, but was then tied up when he charged at Fury. Despite this, Paul landed two additional stiff jabs and another left hook. Fury managed to land a few jabs of his own, but Paul responded with a good overhand right. He then closed out the round with another solid jab, making it his best round of the fight so far. According to the unofficial scorecard, Paul won the round 10-9, narrowing the gap with a score of 29-28 in favor of Fury.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury — Round 4: At the start of the round, Fury attempted to establish his jab again before throwing a series of looping punches in quick succession, followed by another flurry shortly after. He landed a solid right hand and a few more punches as he charged forward. Paul struggled to find his rhythm in the round, with Fury dominating the exchanges and landing punches without much retaliation from Paul. Although Paul managed to land a good left hook, he had difficulty following up with his right hand. Fury was successful in clinching when Paul closed the distance, but he also delivered a punch to the back of Paul’s head. According to the unofficial scorecard, Fury won the round 10-9, bringing the total score to 39-37 in his favor.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury — Round 5: At the beginning of the round, Paul was able to effectively use his jab, landing it multiple times. He also landed an overhand right, but Fury responded with a solid right hand of his own. However, the referee deducted a point from Paul for something that happened during a clinch. Despite this setback, Paul landed a big left hand that appeared to shake Fury, but he was unable to follow up before getting tied up. Paul continued to use his jab effectively, as well as landing a hook to the body. Fury landed a solid right hand, but the point deduction could have a significant impact on the outcome of the fight. Therefore, according to the unofficial scorecard, the round was a 9-9 tie, with Fury maintaining the lead at 48-46.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury — Round 6: At the start of the round, Paul connected with a good left hand. Fury responded with a right hand and another jab before landing an uppercut. Despite the frequent clinches between the two fighters, Fury was still able to land a few more right hands. However, the referee deducted a point from Fury for an unclear reason. Paul managed to land one more hook and Fury countered with a good flurry just before the bell. The round ended in a 9-9 tie according to the unofficial scorecard, with Fury still in the lead at 57-55.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury — Round 7: At the start of the round, both fighters threw hard punches, as the fight was still very much up for grabs. Paul moved forward and took a few hits from Fury, but he responded with a hard overhand right. He also landed two good right hands before another clinch. Both fighters were able to land good left hands, but the round saw a lot of clinching. Additionally, Fury suffered a cut over his left eye during the round. According to the unofficial scorecard, Fury won the round 10-9, bringing his lead to 67-64.

Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury — Round 8: In the eighth round, both fighters came out strong, but Fury was able to gain the upper hand until a powerful right hand from Paul sent Fury to the canvas. Although Fury quickly got back on his feet, he complained about the knockdown call. Fury then backed Paul up against the ropes and landed another right hand. He continued with a good flurry of punches, and Paul responded by clinching to break up the action. After another series of punches from Fury, Paul was able to land another right hand. That knockdown was a crucial moment for Paul. According to the unofficial scorecard, Paul won the round 10-8, putting the score at 75-74 in Fury’s favor.


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