John Fury has jumped on camera in an attempt to convince Jake Paul to sign up for VADA drug testing.
Big John has previously revealed that the YouTuber flat out refused to sign up for the anti-doping scheme in contract negotiations over a bout with Tommy Fury.
It raises serious questions over whether Jake Paul is correctly following the rules and regulations in top-level boxing, with the Ohio-born fighter seemingly having no reason not to drug test himself – if innocent.
Fury has now doubled down on his claims that Paul refused to sign up for VADA and appeared on iFL TV imploring him to change his mind and be drug-tested, as he should, when he fights Tommy on December 18th.
Accusing any boxer of doping requires substantial evidence to avoid slandering someone’s name, but Jake Paul is a renowned rule-breaker at every level of life and considering his lack of experience could do with an edge over his opponents.
There doesn’t appear to be any legitimate reason why he wouldn’t agree to be drug tested if he had nothing to hide. You can’t blame John Fury for being concerned over his refusal to sign up for VADA…