Tommy Fury’s opponent Anthony Taylor vows to ‘take his girlfriend’ Molly Mae Hague
The arrogant American had the opportunity of a lifetime when he stepped into the ring against Fury on the undercard of Jake Paul’s fight with former UFC Champion Tyron Woodley
Anthony Taylor says to Molly-Mae: “I’ll take you to my Love Island”
Tommy Fury’s next boxing opponent has vowed to win their fight – then steal his model girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague.
Anthony ‘Pretty Boy’ Taylor has the chance of a lifetime when he steps into the ring against Love Island star Fury in Jake Paul’s fight with Tyron Woodley later this month.
And the American has vowed not to let his chance pass after being granted the fight by his close friend and training partner Paul.
Speaking exclusively to Mirror Fighting, Taylor mocked his British rival, saying he wanted to take Hague out on a date assuming he won the fight.
“Molly, my DMs are wide open!” He proclaimed. “I have plenty of room for you to come to my Love Island.
“You can come in, and believe me, it’s not gonna take me two years to propose, baby, I just need a week.
“I beat you up, I’m taking your girlfriend, it’s been like that for generations!”
Taylor, a world MMA veteran with a 7-5 record, has only boxed once, a late notice fight with Donte Stubbs in 2017, which he lost by split decision
But he’s made a name for himself with a series of social media calls, as well as impressive cage wins over UFC fighters Dean Barry and Chris Avila.
His most publicized fight was a fight in Dublin against Bellator MMA prospect and Conor McGregor teammate James Gallagher in 2016, which he lost in the second round.
In 2018, he was 2-5 after a number of losses at Bellator, but a win over Barry in Ireland, ultimately linked to the UFC, put him on a five-game winning streak that rocked his side. career.
And he vowed not to let his last chance for fame slip away, adding that he analyzed Fury’s six professional fights for hours before the fight.
“I previously held this position in Ireland with James Gallagher,” Taylor said. “You know I missed my chance, how many chances do you have like that?
“But it’s bigger now, the whole world is going to see me.
“Tommy just thinks he’s a big, intimidating guy that’s going to knock me out, bro, you’ve never fought someone who fights back.
“You’ve never fought someone who doesn’t care, who doesn’t get paid to be a stepping stone, I’m not that brother guy, I’m Adonis Creed’s real life.”
The size difference between the pair is substantial, with Fury nearly half a foot taller and holding a huge 10-inch reach advantage, and the Briton has promised a “big dirty knockout” when he first enters. times in an American ring.
But Taylor believes he planned the fight perfectly during Paul’s Puerto Rican training camp, where he’s a key training partner for the YouTube star’s fight with Woodley.
“I watched every fight he’s had,” Taylor explained. “I have dissected everything he does and I know what to expect.
“I see everything he’s putting up, I’ve watched this man at least three hours a day to see what he’s doing, and I’m taking this fight seriously.
“It’s not like my MMA fights where I go in the cage for a little promotion, it’s a big pay-per-view fight and people want bang for their buck, so I’d better give it to them.
“What can he do that can actually hurt me? If you look at his record, everyone has been handpicked by a promoter and I’m not impressed.”