KSI vs. Tommy Fury: Both fighters issue stern warnings, have to be separated
The KSI vs. Tommy Fury press conference Tuesday in London didn't come and go without both fighters issuing stern warnings to each other toward their October 14 fight.
"I fought Jake Paul in February and I'm fighting this man in October and he will be done and YouTube boxing will be done," Fury proclaimed boldly without flinching.
To that, KSI retorted: "There's a lot of people that are saying I have no chance, zero chance. But then when I get in that ring and knock out Tommy Fury, they're going to look at me differently."
Fury told KSI to "keep dreaming" to which KSI responded "it's all facts."
The younger brother of WBC heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury reminded KSI of his split-decision victory over Jake Paul earlier this year to which Paul's brother, Logan Paul, chimed in and told Fury that he's not Tyson.
"I don't need to be Tyson to beat you," Fury said, before vowing to defeat KSI and then Logan if he wants the smoke.
"My mind is on KSI. Let me get him out the way and then we'll talk."
The two exchanged these promises before having to be separated as the press conference grew heated quickly.