Boxing News Round-Up (Feb 2, 2023): Mike Tyson’s Son Reacts to Tom Brady’s Retirement, Jake Paul Labels Fury's Newborn 'A Distraction', BJ Flores Mocks John Fury's 'Fake Fight' Remarks, and More

From paying respect, and mocking opinions, to making comments about the newborn, here is everything you need to know to know from the world of boxing.

A video was shared by a Twitter handle @betr featuring Jake Paul sharing the details of his NBA favorites. In the video Paul was asked, “What combat sports athlete do you think could play in the NBA?” to which Paul replied with Francis Ngannou's name.

Jake Paul Picks Ngannou

Mike Tyson’s son Amir Tyson took to Instagram and reacted to Tom Brady's retirement news. He wrote, “Legendary career. Hope he enjoys post-retirement life he deserves.”

Tyson's Son on Brady's Retirement

Jake Paul’s coach Benjamin ‘BJ’ Flores took to Twitter to respond to John Fury's 'fake fight' remarks on Anderson Silva vs. Jake Paul fight.

Paul's Coach Mocks Fury

Ryan Garcia took to his Instagram story and expressed that he would not be posting anything until the contract is done and signed with Gervonta Davis. He also wrote, “I’ve put my heart into this for you guys, the fans, the boxing fans, and everyone. I’m bringing boxing back. The way it’s supposed to be.”

Garcia on Upcoming Fight

Jake Paul during an interview with The Sun labeled Tommy Fury and Molly-Mae Hague’s newborn ‘A Distraction’. He expressed that Fury is going through blizzard set of events in short time.

Paul Comments on Fury's Newborn

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