Tommy Fury May Pull Out Of Mayweather V Deji Undercard Fight As John Fury Issues Demand

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If the money is not "put up," Tommy Fury might cancel his next match on the Floyd Mayweather vs. Deji Olatunji undercard.

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On November 13, Tommy is expected to compete against Puerto Rican light-heavyweight Paul Bamba at the Coca-Cola Arena in Dubai.

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However, the lack of funding they have gotten from the organisers is causing his father John to worry more and more.

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Speaking to iD Boxing, he said: “Well listen we’re out there on the 13th of November, we’re leaving here on bonfire night hopefully but if they don’t come up with accurs then we aren’t going nowhere.

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"We are waiting for the money to be put up and if it’s not put up, we’re staying in Britain."

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“It might not happen, until two men have faced each other, the way boxing is today it’s a shambles let’s be honest about it, it’s an absolute f***ing joke, but listen you’ve got to put the money up.

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"Put the money up, the Fury’s will be there, f*** about, we’re not there. It’s black and white with us, yes and no, done.”

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Since April, when he defeated Daniel Bocianski (11-2) as part of the Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte undercard at Wembley Stadium, Fury (8-0) has been out of action.

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After the fight with Jake Paul was postponed twice, the former Love Island competitor is still pursuing it. John said there may be a third try to make the fight happen after he revealed a private chat he had with Paul's promoter.

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