Jake Paul is 5-0 in his boxing career and is targeting a number of big names in his future bouts but has not named Tommy Fury on his five-fight bucket list.
Jake Paul has shared an updated boxing bucket list following his knockout win over Tyron Woodley and has omitted Tommy Fury.
Paul was due to face-off against Fury last weekend but the Manchester fighter pulled out due to a broken rib, though he remains keen on rescheduling the fight for next year.
However, Paul has so far refused to make it clear whether a reschedule is on the cards and, in his latest list, is instead targeting Tyson Fury.
Build-up to the proposed bout with Tommy Fury saw Paul launch a verbal onslaught on the Fury family – which has continued as he dubbed the WBC heavyweight champion as ‘Tyson Furry’.
While previous lists have incorporated a wealth of UFC fighters and non-boxers, Paul may have taken that criticism to hand as Fury is among four boxers named on the hitlist.
Four-weight world champion Canelo Alvarez is the stand-out name on the list and is the only other currently active boxer included, with the other two being Floyd Mayweather and Mike Tyson.
Mayweather was last active in an exhibition match against Jake’s brother Paul back in June, while Tyson is heavily rumoured to be set for his own exhibition against Logan.
The last name on the hit-list is the biggest talking point, however, as Paul has included UFC boss Dana White – who he has regularly criticised for what he believes to be underpaying fighters.
He’s also hit out at White for now allowing fighters contracted to UFC to fight other organisations, which has led to Paul encountering problems previously in his quest to fight some of the organisation’s biggest names.
In truth though, the list is majorly tongue-in-cheek as it’s highly unlikely any of the mentioned quintet would agree to a bout.