Jake Paul Ducks Tommy Fury calls out Hector Lopez and Javier Martinez in sarcastic tweet

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Days after reports confirmed that the Jake Paul vs. Tommy Fury fight would occur on December 18, “The Problem Child” appears to have shifted attention to other names. After his fourth professional victory over Tyron Woodley, Paul came across the most valuable match against Tommy Fury.

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The undefeated youngsters had sparked an interesting off-camera rivalry. It looked entertaining on screen and also justified an in-ring brawl between them at the right time in their respective careers. However, Paul’s recent social media post cites that he’s towering over Tommy Fury for two other boxers.

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In a recent tweet, Jake Paul once again downplayed Fury’s 7-0 CV and wanted to take on Hector Lopez or Javier Martinez. Well the post seems to be sarcastic but has already garnered a lot of attention.

Jake Paul wrote, “7-0 Fury is not enough for my 5th fight, I will then fight Hector Lopez or Javier Martinez !! Hector was the 8th opponent of “Tanks”, arrived 0-0 and retired 0-1. Hector was an MMAer who was 2-0 Javier was Canelos’ 10th opponent, entered the fight 0-0 and retired 0-1.

“The Problem Child” has argued with several boxers and MMA fighters on the Internet, Gervonta Davis and Canelo Alvarez being two of many. The 24-year-old leaves no chance of belittling world champion boxers and his latest tweet was another example.

Meanwhile, it can also create confusion regarding the potential Paul vs. Fury end, but the current situation validates it to happen at all costs. Notably, given the financial success of the deal, the two sides may soon come to an agreement.

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Jake Paul and Tommy Fury are already perfect opponents

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Having achieved simple success as professional boxers, Paul and Fury are already relishing pure stardom. Their success on social media is another reason for all the attention they receive. As for their success in the ring, neither has faced a top-notch opponent. Their padded unbeaten records reflect social media stars, below average boxers and MMA fighters as victims in the ring.

MIAMI, FLORIDA – JANUARY 30: Jake Paul looks on after defeating AnEsonGib in a first round knockout during their fight at Meridian at Island Gardens on January 30, 2020 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves / Getty Images)

All of these factors justify Paul vs Fury to upgrade one of their legacies. The fight has also raised eyebrows as the promoters are ready to stage it under a big banner. Therefore, Paul will not be avoiding the fight for anything at this point.

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