Jake Paul and Tommy Fury have received a new offer to host their long-awaited grudge match after TNT claimed there has been no “response” from The Problem Child team. Global Titans, the same team that promoted Floyd Mayweather’s recent exhibition fight with Deji Olatunji, has offered their help.
In a tweet, they wrote: “OFFICIAL STATEMENT: @jakepaul has been made an offer by Global Titans to fight @tommytntfury at a Global Titans event in early 2023. We are still waiting for a response and would welcome the prospect of a GT vs. @ MostVpromotions fight card from top to bottom”.
Paul and Fury are supposed to be in talks for their fight to take place in the UK this coming February. However, Fury recently tweeted: “NO RESPONSE to my team from @jakepaul regarding contract standings for this fight. My last tweet until I have any communication from him.”
In response, Paul’s promotion company, Most Valuable Promotions, responded: “Mr. Fury: Frank and George Warren are no longer your team? Is Robert Davis not your attorney? For clarity, MVP has been in daily contact with Queensberry to try to move the fight forward.
Following a post-fight brawl between the two men at the Mayweather vs Deji event, Tommy’s father, John, claimed that he had verbally agreed to have the fight take place a third time with Paul’s manager, Nakisa Bidarian. Paul followed this up by confirming his interest via Twitter, but there have been conflicting reports from both sides as to the extent of the negotiations.
Global Titans will hope that his intervention can help save the event after previously working with Fury for his last fight against Rolly Lambert.
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