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Jake Paul Eyes KSI Showdown and Tommy Fury Rematch: 'Decapitation' Plans in the Spotlight

The world of influencer boxing remains a spectacle, but Saturday night’s PRIME Card served as a stark reminder that not all of these fights live up to the pre-match hype, no matter how much buzz surrounds them.

The prevailing sentiment of the evening was ‘tentative,’ as neither Logan Paul vs. Dillon Danis nor KSI vs. Tommy Fury managed to ignite the excitement promised during their build-up. In the end, Paul secured a victory via disqualification after Danis initiated submission attempts, while KSI suffered a controversial decision loss to Fury. However, the lackluster performance left little room for anyone to lend an ear to KSI’s post-fight claims of being robbed.

The Influencer boxing scene’s poster boy, Jake Paul, couldn’t resist offering his take on the KSI vs. Fury bout and KSI’s refusal to accept defeat, sharing his thoughts in a new YouTube video.

Paul remarked, “I knew that, I expected that; this guy’s ego is out of control. Kicking and screaming, crying, stuttering, asking for an appeal. This guy is 30 years old acting like this, right? Take it like a man. Don’t be a sore loser. You lost. Tommy had a point deducted, and you still lost!”

However, Paul did not shy away from critiquing both fighters’ performances. He stated, “But I wasn’t impressed with either man. I thought Tommy fought way better against me, came in better prepared. Tonight he was flat-footed, kind of awkward. And KSI was kind of good for one round in the first round and then got tired after that. But I still want to decapitate KSI. We have to finish what we started.”

Despite the desire for a Jake Paul vs. KSI showdown, Paul indicated that his immediate priority is securing a rematch with Tommy Fury. “The Tommy Fury rematch is right there,” he declared. “Tommy’s gonna want that payday. Payday, Tommy, payday!”

Paul remains confident in his growth as a boxer, emphasizing his new mindset and continuous improvement. “What I saw from Tommy? I know in the rematch I’m going to beat that guy. I’m going to show you all how to take a loss, come back and win against Nate Diaz, and then win again when it’s time to put it all on the line.”

He concluded with respect for Tommy Fury’s undefeated record and an eagerness to set up a rematch at the earliest opportunity. The world of influencer boxing is undoubtedly poised for more drama and showdowns in the days to come.

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