Tyson Fury resigned to fight Logan and Jake Paul simultaneously in a two-on-one match

Fury is still open to exhibition bouts after announcing his retirement and the Brit has been backed to fight YouTube stars Logan and Jake Paul at the same time

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Tyson Fury retires after defeating Dillian Whyte

Tyson Fury has retired to hit logan and Jake-Paul at the same time in either a boxing or MMA match.

Fury won his heavyweight title last weekend by knockout Dillian Whyte in front of 94,000 fans at Wembley Stadium. The undefeated Briton vowed never to fight again after the win and stated he would consider returning for exhibition bouts only.

One of those potential exhibition fights could be against the UFC Heavyweight Champion Franz Ngannou, who appeared in the ring with Fury after his win and teased “hybrid rules”. Two other potential opponents for Fury in an exhibition fight are the two Paul brothers.

Logan and Jake have called out Fury before, but former UFC fighter Josh Thomson believes the 6’9-inch heavyweight could easily handle both brothers at once. Speaking of in a recent episode of the Weighing In podcast.he suggested a duel.

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“Maybe the Jake Paul fight. I’d love to see that fight,” Thomson said of who Fury was set to fight. “Maybe him and Logan Paul together, you know you see the Russian fights, [where they’ve got three guys]. Jake Paul, Logan Paul on the other hand Tyson Fury. I don’t know, Logan has wrestling. I think Tyson can beat them both together, even in MMA.”

Logan, who previously admitted Fury is his “favorite fighter,” called out “The Gypsy King” to an MMA fight last year. Jake was previously scheduled to fight Fury’s brother Tommy and was called out by the Brit following his win on Fury’s undercard last weekend.

Thomson admitted that while he would entertain the idea of ​​Fury fighting both Paul brothers, there are still heavyweight fights left for him. “However, there are fights around him. There is still Oleksandr Usyk, there is still Anthony Joshua. I do not know if [Joshua] but will get out of the sixth or seventh round,” he said.

Tyson Fury KO’d Dillian Whyte last weekend


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Fury has insisted he is retiring after their rematch in the summer, despite an undisputed fight with either Usyk or Joshua. Fury was booked in an undisputed duel against Joshua last August but the booking was canceled after Fury was ordered to fight Deontay Wilder for the third time.

The paths are seemingly endless for Fury, as he also teased WWE return after his recent win saying you could see me at SummerSlam I need to speak to Vince [McMahon] and the boys, maybe make that possible. I know Drew McIntyre said a lot of things about me, I need to KO him.”

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