WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has a made a bold prediction ahead of his brother's fight against Jake Paul on August 6.
Tommy Fury and Paul are finally set to go head-to-head in New York after their December clash was cancelled after Tommy pulled out due to illness.
Speaking to iFL TV, Fury claimed it's a great fight for both men, but he believes his brother will make a statement at Madison Square Garden.
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"It’s been a lot of back and forth, I think it’s a great fight for them both," Fury said.
"Jake Paul’s only just started boxing, two, three years ago, he’s got a load of professional people around him, training him hard to do what he’s got to do. Tommy’s been boxing all his life, it’s a great fight.
"I think Tommy knocks him out, Tommy’s got to believe himself, go over there and put on a show, enjoy it.
"He’s getting paid a lot of money to have a fight with a guy who has never fought an actual boxer."