Logan Paul joins in "p***y" Fury criticism after Brit pulls out of bout

Logan Paul has reacted to Tommy Fury’s decision to pull out his fight with Jake Paul, blasting the British fighter a 'p****'.

Following a lengthy feud between Logan’s brother Jake and Fury, a fight was arranged for December 18 – but on Monday the former Love Island contestant said that he would be unable to participate owing to a ‘medical condition’.

Via a post to his social media, Fury later revealed that to be a 'bacterial chest infection and broken rib’, while he expressed his hope that the bout could be rescheduled.

On Instagram, Logan said: "I woke up this morning feeling really bad for my brother, 'cause Tommy Fury backed out of the fight against him – which, by the way, didn't we see f***ing coming?

"Tommy?! Urghhh. It's a good thing you're beautiful, you sexy blue-eyed beast, 'cause you are a p***y.

"Good news though Tommy, you've been replaced buddy, sorry. That's what happens when you fumble the bag, ya b****.”

Promoter Frank Warren, who admitted a fortnight ago that Fury had been suffering from an illness, shared a statement from the fighter, who said he was ‘absolutely heartbroken’ about having to drop out.

The statement read: "I am absolutely heartbroken that I have been forced to withdraw from my fight with Jake Paul due to a bacterial chest infection and broken rib.

"The beginning of my camp was going so incredibly and I never expected anything to come in my way from a victory on December 18th.

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"I can’t express how disappointed I am and I really do hope we can get this fight rescheduled in the new year.

"I want this fight to happen more than anything. I’m now regretfully putting my focus on recovery and a further reschedule date."

Paul savagely mocked Fury when he heard the news of Fury’s withdrawal. He wrote that his opponent was ‘pulling out because of a “medical condition” called vaginitis’, while confirming that Tyron Woodley would be taking his place instead for the fight on December 18.

The former UFC champion had fought Paul before but lost the contest.

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