Tommy Fury extended his unblemished 10-fight unbeaten record on Saturday night, having now beaten KSI and Jake Paul in the space of seven months.
The pair went the distance at AO Arena in Manchester, with Tyson Fury‘s brother emerging victorious via unanimous decision.
Tommy has been pictured spending some quality time with his fiancee Molly-Mae Hague and his baby girl Bambi, but fans are already wondering when he will return to the ring.
As a result, Mail Sport have taken a look at who Fury could face next – with the likes of Jake Paul and Conor McGregor named as potential contenders.
Tommy Fury beat KSI in their highly-anticipated bout at the Manchester Arena on Saturday
‘A lot went on in the build-up. I’m done with this cross-over s***,’ Fury told in-ring interviewer Ariel Helwani. Fury went on to add: ‘Any of the Pauls want it, I welcome it with open arms’.
It’s safe to say Jake is open to a rematch with TNT. Shortly after Saturday night’s bout, Jake tagged Fury on Instagram, with a video that said: ‘Sign the contract, big boy, sign the contract’ over menacing music.
In a later video, which featured a post where Paul floored Fury during their fight, he attached a clip of the Martha Reeves & The Vandellas song ‘Nowhere to Hide’, in reference to encouraging Fury to come out for the rematch.
Jake is eager to face Fury for a second time after losing their first fight in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, via split decision. The result saw Jake suffer his first defeat as a boxer after six wins.
Jake is also adamant he can beat Fury in a rematch, claiming he wasn’t impressed with TNT’s performance against KSI on Saturday evening.
‘I wasn’t impressed with either man. I think Tommy fought way better against me, came in better prepared. Tonight he was flat footed, kind of awkward,’ Paul said after Saturday night’s event.
Paul went on to add: ‘The Tommy Fury rematch is right there. Tommy’s gonna want that payday. Payday Tommy, payday!
‘But knowing where I’m going, my improvement, my new team that I have, my new mindset and elevating every single day in the boxing gym. What I saw from Tommy? I know in the rematch I’m going to beat that guy.
‘I’m going to show you all how to take a loss, come back and win against Nate Diaz, and then win again when it’s time to put it all on the line. Respect to Tommy for remaining undefeated and I’m excited to run that back as soon as we can.’
Fury insisted he was finished with crossover boxing after beating KSI by on Saturday night but did leave the door open for a potential rematch with his arch-rival Jake Paul (above)
Logan Paul could be in line to step up and face Fury, but he may have a battle on his hands to get the nod ahead of his brother Jake, who is eager to right last year’s wrong.
Logan ended his long-running feud with Dillon Danis on Saturday by winning all six rounds of their mismatched fight before his opponent was disqualified in the final seconds.
Logan labelled boxing as his ‘hobby’ after the bout and called out American wrestler Rey Mysterio during his post-fight interview. However, he did leave the door open to a return to the ring at a future date.
Fans are hoping Logan would be interested in fighting Fury in his next boxing match. They believe it would make for a good showing considering the size of both men.
Logan Paul could be in line to step up and face Fury, but he may have a battle on his hands to get the nod ahead of his brother Jake, who is eager to right last year’s wrong
Logan ended his long-running feud with Dillon Danis on Saturday by winning all six rounds of their mismatched fight before his opponent was disqualified in the final seconds
KSI was furious with Saturday night’s result and stated he would ‘would appeal the judges’ decision’. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that KSI would be open to a rematch.
Speaking immediately after the fight, KSI said: ‘I understand the Fury name. I won it. It’s outrageous. Minus a point as well. I landed the cleanest shots. He couldn’t get any jabs off.’
KSI went on to add: ‘I was bang on the money. How!? Double jabs on. I don’t know what he did. Fury landed 12 punches the whole fight and he won it? ‘I f***ing hate losing man.’
However, Fury shutdown talk of a KSI rematch during his post-fight interview. TNT said: ‘On to the next challenge. If any of the Pauls want it, I welcome it with open arms.’
KSI was furious with Saturday night’s result and stated he would ‘would appeal the judges’ decision’. Therefore, it comes as no surprise that KSI would be open to a rematch
KSI felt he was ‘robbed’ by the judges after Fury was awarded a unanimous victory over him
Fury has said he’d welcome a fight with UFC star Conor McGregor. TNT stated it would be a pleasure to share the ring with the MMA legend.
Speaking directly after his fight, Fury said: ‘Definitely. I like Conor, I’m not going to slag him off but if Conor wants it next, I’ll happily share the ring with him. I’d like to share the ring with him.’
TNT went on to add: ‘I know he was calling out KSI but I’ve beaten him now so if McGregor wants it, I’d love to get in the ring with him.’
However, McGregor appears to be more interested in fighting KSI – having tweeted: ‘Ya know what. Me and KSI is an exciting fight. A juicy nixer I used to call them back when I was a plumber now I’m on the lambo yacht he’s in a Huracan.’
Fury has said he’d welcome a fight with UFC star Conor McGregor. TNT stated it would be a pleasure to share the ring with the MMA legend