Jake Paul is ready to fight Tommy Fury – but wants brother Tyson on the card as well.
Paul won his third professional boxing fight by stoppage last night when he KO’d Ben Askren in the first round.
He was immediately called out by the younger Fury brother having exchanged verbal jabs last month.
And Paul is open to fighting the light-heavyweight prospect – if Tyson fights heavyweight Michael Hunter.
“I’m going to plant the seed now,” he told ES News. “Tommy Fury vs me and Michael Hunter against Tyson Fury on the same night.
“Tommy is weak… and Tommy’s girlfriend [Molly-Mae Hague] DM’d me before they went on that reality show [ Love Island ].”
Tommy Fury has won each of his first five professional fights but his opponents have had just two victories between them.
And immediately after Paul’s latest win, Fury tweeted: “I’m ready to give the people what they want.”
The feud between Paul and Fury began when heavyweight world champion Tyson called out the YouTube star on his brother’s behalf, tweeting: “Jake Paul, where you at?”
Paul responded on Instagram by saying: “Then I wake up, and I see Tyson Fury, the heavyweight champ, tweets me and he was talking about Canelo too, saying it was boring and nobody was watching. So I was laughing along with it.
“Then I get to the bottom of the Tweet and he’s calling me out to like fight someone, and the Tweet is about his brother.
“Oh, I didn’t even know he had a brother. Then he’s calling me out to fight his brother, and I’m like, ‘Bro, what the f is going on here?’
“I didn’t know Tyson Fury had a bro? I like Tyson Fury. I don’t want a beef with Tyson Fury, but damn, if Tyson Fury took a s, it would be his little brother.
“He’s literally like this little kid. My point is here. You’re Tyson Fury’s little brother. If you want to fight me, don’t let your big bro do it for you.
“Log in to Instagram or Twitter and call me out for yourself, bro. What’s going on in this boxing world?”
But while Paul may fight Fury, Hunter will not be granted his wish of challenging for the heavyweight world title – at least not this year.
Tyson will take on Anthony Joshua this summer in Saudi Arabia to crown the first undisputed heavyweight world champion since Lennox Lewis in 1999.
Hunter is set to take on Filip Hrgovic for the right to challenge the winner – assuming Fury or Joshua holds on to the IBF belt.