Jake Paul went the full rounds – Tommy Fury won the scrimmage

Jake Paul and Tommy Fury faced off in Saudi Arabia late Sunday night.

Jake Paul competed for the seventh time as a professional. Stock photo. PDO

Tumbler star Jake Paul lost For Tommy Fury in the clash of the lower heavyweights. The match took place in Saudi Arabia.

Fury won the eight-round match 2–1 (73–76, 75–74, 76–73).

Fury was more active and more accurate. Paul showed a fighting look, but the flabby right did not want to find the goal.

Fury was counted at the beginning of the final round. However, Paul’s side hit was not particularly heavy.

– It was a tough and tight match, Paul said in the ring interview.

– I don’t really know if I agree with the judges. We deserve a remake.

“Don’t make a punt”

For Fury, 23, the fight was his ninth as a pro, and so was the win.

– He (Paul) was much better than I thought, Fury summed up.

– If a rematch is wanted, let’s just let it go.

Paul, 26, had a clean professional record before Sunday: six matches, six wins. Fury was his first real measure of boxing skills.

Iltalehti’s martial arts expert Jaakko Dahlbacka cheered Paul during the match.

– The technical side doesn’t look bad. Another thing to remember is the mental edge. He doesn’t have a punt when hit, Dahlbacka comments.

– In every martial art, you have to deal with the fact that you will also get hits on your own goal. Without it, it doesn’t matter what it looks like.

Tommy Fury (right) is the younger brother of Tyson Fury, the heavyweight champion of the world. PDO