Jake Paul and Tommy Fury’s VADA drug testing REVEALED after celeb grudge fight in Saudi Arabia
TOMMY FURY and Jake Paul have both passed the drug testing carried out for their fight last month.
Love Island star Fury, 23, beat YouTuber Paul, 26, by split decision in Saudi Arabia.
GettyTommy Fury beat Jake Paul in the Middle East at the end of February[/caption]
Fury maintained his unbeaten professional record and inflicted a first defeat on PaulAFP
And the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA) have now confirmed the pair successfully carried out all drug tests around the clash.
They tweeted: “Congratulations to Tommy Fury and Jake Paul for successfully completing Vada Testing through their February 2023 bout.”
Since Fury‘s victory, Paul has listed several excuses as reasons for his first professional defeat.
He said: “I was sick for four weeks out of this nine-week camp and then was travelling, jet-lagged for another week of that.
“That’s what’s p***ing me off the most, it had nothing to do with him, it had everything to do with me.”
He even named having a “wet dream” as a reason for the loss.
Paul has also insisted he will invoke his rematch clause in an attempt to avenge the loss.
But he did give Fury respect after a build-up that involved much trash-talking.
Paul added: “Obviously I want to do the rematch with Tommy but all those fights are massive. I’ve got to go get that back.
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“He [Fury] seems very levelheaded and down to earth.
“We talked a lot of s*** and did a great job promoting it but there was mutual respect there and we hugged.
“I have respect for the guy, that’s the most beautiful thing about this sport.
“You can be arch-enemies and then find respect for each other after beating the s*** out of each other and going to war.”