BT Sport Boxing published this video item, entitled “”He’s got to go to the embassy and sort it out!” Frank Warren issues Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury update” – below is their description.
With under a month remaining until their scheduled fight at Madison Square Garden, Frank Warren issues an update on whether Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury can still proceed as expected.
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