The saga continues between Jake Paul and Tommy Fury
The shadow of doubt cast over Jake Paul Vs Tommy Fury is still apparent, as Paul has now claimed that he would only fight in the UK if he is paid $15 million dollars.
The fight was agreed at the end of last week, however, reports emerged this week that Fury was denied access to the US to attend the press conference, casting doubt over the bout.
Paul has told Fury to contact the US embassy to sort the situation out, but believes Fury won't do so, and is 'fumbling' the fight.
Paul says: "Tommy's lawyers are advising him to go to the embassy and sort his Visa, but their claiming he's showing no urgency.
"Is this another case of Tommy fumbles being scared to fight me? I think that what it is, I think the Fury family are trying to manipulate something here to make me fight in the UK."
Paul sets his price for the fight to be in the UK: "Okay, you want me to fight in the UK? Show me $15 million dollars.
"Here in the US, we do more pay-per-view buys, more ticket sales, and we do more sponsorship.
"I've shown you the money, we're ready to go, MSG, August 6th, Tommy you're going to miss out on the biggest payday of your life? Because you want me to come to the UK? Like I said, i'll come there, just show me the money."
Jake Paul Vs Tommy Fury has not officially been cancelled yet, and is still pencilled in for August 6th at Madison Square Garden, with the return of the great Amanda Serrano on the card.