Jake Paul refuses to carry out drug test – Boxing Sports

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according to Tommy FuryCamp, Jake Paul Not tested before their next boxing match-and it was at his own will.

Tommy Fury’s candid father and heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury, John Fury, Recent interview with Rob Moore Paul, who turned from YouTuber to a boxer, refused to add the VADA test as a provision to his pre-combat requirements, despite all the other unusual provisions.

“The contract included all sorts of things,” said John Fury. “There were different types. For example,” I need to change the name for a year. You have to do this. You have to do it. “… He has him for a year. Must be renamed to “Tommy Fumbles”. On top of that all the trash. I could get into it more and more, but I don’t want to bore people in politics. Do you know what I’m saying? …

“And like everything else, he didn’t even sign up for the VADA test. It bothered me a bit because he wanted it on the contract. But he didn’t. I don’t even care about what they’re trying to do, because they’re trying to do it anyway.

“Yes, I just want a fight because I know I can win. People who think Tommy is getting paid to lose are joking.”

It’s unclear if Paul was tested prior to the match between Ali Enson Gibb and Ben Askren, but he was before the recent battle with Tyron Woodley. MMA junkie confirmed With Ohio State Athletic Commission staff in August.

Paul (4-0) will face fellow undefeated professional Fury (7-0) at a weight of 192 pounds. The eight-round battle will take place on December 18th at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, and will air in showtime pay-per-view.

– Boxing Sports

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