John Fury fires warning to Jake Paul in video message after YouTuber's defeat to son Tommy | The Sun

JOHN FURY sent a message to Jake Paul after watching son Tommy beat the American in Sunday's grudge bout.

The 58-year-old told Paul, 26, to "pay up" after they agreed to a winner-takes-all wager ahead of the fight.

The pair verbally agreed that the winner of the bout would double their fight purse, while the loser would walk away with nothing.

Tommy scooped just under £4million after surviving a last round knockdown to beat Paul via split decision.

Ahead of the bout, Paul handed Tommy a contract for the winner-takes-all wager which the Brit boxer and dad Fury agreed to before saying they would have lawyers check it over.

The American later revealed that his opponent had not signed the agreement at all.


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But Fury Sr, who is dad to Tommy and WBC heavyweight champion Tyson, took to Instagram on Wednesday.

Fury urged Paul to "pay up" following their deal.

He said: "Jake Paul, moment of truth; again I say it, you lost the fight.

"We had a deal in front of millions of people worldwide and I expect you to honour that deal. You owe us some money.

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"Don't come back at me with contracts and all that bull crap, I'm a gypsy, I can't read and write properly, I don't understand that.

"We were over there to do a job, we done it and I'm sure you'll be a great guy and honour what you've done.

"Pay up."

Fury also posted the same message to his newly created Twitter account.

Paul boasted after losing the fight on social media that he made $30million (£25m) from the event.

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