Tyson Fury calls on brother Tommy to fight Jake Paul in 2023 and offers to have celeb grudge match on his undercard | The Sun

TYSON FURY has called on his brother Tommy to fight Jake Paul next year – and even offered them a spot on his undercard.

The pair of celebrity boxing rivals are in talks to reschedule their grudge match.

And Fury, in line for an undisputed super-fight against Oleksandr Usyk, reckons it's about time the two finally settle their score.

He said: "I think they should fight, it's a fight that the general, everyday, casual boxing person would like to see.

"And it's the fight that Tommy wants and Jake wants. So yeah, I think that fight should happen in 2023.

"Maybe it could be on the undercard of me and Usyk, who knows."

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Twice the duo have put pen to paper on a fight but both times Tommy has been forced to withdraw.

Last December he suffered a rib injury and in their rehashed date of August, the Brit was hit with US visa issues which still persist today.

Paul, 25, in October beat UFC legend Anderson Silva, 47, the biggest win in his 6-0 career.

A month later he travelled to Dubai to watch Tommy, 23, box in a late-notice exhibition and the two camps agreed to fight in 2023.

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But Paul recently took to Twitter to accuse Fury of "ducking" him after sending out a "seven-figure" fight contract.

Although Fury hinted news could be on the way as he spoke to BT Sport after brother Tyson, 34, beat Derek Chisora, 38.

He said: "Im hopefully going to be out early next year, trying to finalise a few things. Stay tuned, basically."



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