Fury reveals he has moved out of his house to focus on fight with Paul

‘One man is flying around the globe and I’m living in a hellhole’: Tommy Fury reveals that he has moved out of his house into a ‘little apartment’ to focus on his fight with Jake Paul… as he claims his opponent ‘is not working as hard’

  • Tommy Fury is finally set to fight rival Jake Paul in Saudi Arabia next month
  • He has revealed that he has moved out of his house to prepare for the fight
  • Fury and partner Molly-Mae Hague recently celebrated the birth of their baby

Tommy Fury has revealed that he is now living in a ‘hellhole’ after moving out of his £4million mansion temporarily to focus on his fight with Jake Paul.

The half-brother of world heavyweight champion Tyson, is set to fight the YouTuber-turned-boxer at the third time of trying on February 26 in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

Fury is taking the fight seriously as a defeat to the unbeaten YouTuber would mark a serious dent on his own career in which he also has yet to taste a loss.

Speaking to Sky Sports, Fury has taken a shot at Paul, saying that while the American is flying around the globe, he has moved into a little apartment and is putting himself through intense training.

He said: ‘I’m a professional athlete, I’m a professional boxer. My job is not to make little sly jokes and comments on Instagram and social media.

Tommy Fury (right) is set to fight long-term rival Jake Paul (left) next month in Saudi Arabia

Fury revealed that he has moved out of the mansion he shares with partner Molly-Mae Hague

Fury is fully focusing for his fight on February 26 against the YouTuber-turned-boxer

‘I’m in a training camp. I’m in bed nine o’clock every single night, I’m up 4.30/5am running. Solely focused on this man.

‘One man is flying around the globe, coming here to do media stuff going here, there and everywhere and you’ve got one man that’s living in a hellhole.

‘I’ve moved out of my own house, I’m living in a little apartment, I’ve gone back to the dog mindset.

‘And that’s what’s going to get me through this fight, he’s not working as hard as I am, I’m putting the work in.

‘I’m not just putting the work in when the camera’s in front of me. All the cameras are off when I’m working.’

Fury and his partner Molly-Mae Hague, both moved into their six-bedroom mansion last year, and recently celebrated the birth of their daughter Bambi.

The property is located in affluent Cheshire, boasting 5,000 sq ft of land and a luxurious contemporary design.

Fury has twice pulled out of fighting Paul in the past, with a rib injury in December 2021 and then he was denied entry into the USA due to a VISA issue last August. 


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Paul and Fury have twice had fights postponed and have regularly exchanged words online

Fury also holds an unbeaten run and will be hoping his streak doesn’t end at the hands of Paul

But he gets a third crack at Paul after the pair agreed a blockbuster in the Middle East.

Fury has promised that the fight won’t go the distance as he will put Paul’s unbeaten run to an end.

He said: ‘You’re going to see fireworks, it’s going to be over inside the distance. There is no way in this world this fight goes to points.

‘The judges, don’t bother taking points, because you’re not needed.’

As previously reported, Paul described Fury as a ‘lost puppy trying to figure his life out.’

He said: ‘I don’t hate the kid, I don’t think he’s a bad person, I think he’s just caught up in the wrong lifestyle and doesn’t really know who he is. He’s like a lost puppy trying to figure his life out.

‘That’s what I think is happening. I think he thinks he loves this sport and all the glory. It’s been fun beating these taxi drivers but he’s going to hate this sport after February 26.’

Also when Hague announced the birth of her daughter, Paul replied that it was ‘just in time to see their dad ‘get knocked out’.

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