TOMMY FURY has laid out his plans for his boxing career after his fight against Jake Paul – and amusingly compared his rival to a petrol station.
But Fury believes Paul “does nothing” for him, and laid out his plans for if he wins the fight.
Asked about his next step, Fury told BT Sport: “Well this is no step up for me, this is a step down, in terms of fighting and competition.
“So me being a realist and me being an actual boxer who knows what he is really is – (mocking Paul) ‘oh I’m going to fight Canelo [Alvarez] for the undisputed’ – no I ain’t.
“I beat Jake Paul, an absolute idiot. I’ll go back and fight some proper boxers, build up my resume, get some titles behind me and see how far I can take this thing.
“My feet are on the floor, his head is in the clouds.
“After this it’s business as usual. Like I said all along, I’m on that straight road to achieving my dream of winning a world title.
“I need some fuel. Boom, stopping off. I’m gonna jump straight back on the road and go towards my dream. This guy does nothing for me.”
Promoter Eddie Hearn has done a total U-Turn on who he believes will triumph in the clash.
Initially, he believed Paul would be able to overcome the test of Fury.
However, he has now confessed to having a change of heart, now believing Fury’s experience will make all the difference.
Hearn told Boxing Social: “I have had a total U-turn on this fight. I thought Jake Paul was going to win this fight.
“I think Jake Paul has absolutely no chance to win this fight at all.”