Fury seemingly had a good night in a club in Liverpool recently after he was seen whipping off his top and beating his chest from his boot.
Footage of his Wolf of Wall Street-like antics went viral and of course, the video made its way to his YouTuber rival Jake Paul, who took the opportunity to have a dig at him.
In a video shared on TikTok, Paul can be seen watching the video before holding up a sign which reads: "Date Molly Don't Take Molly."
In case that trolling makes absolutely no sense to you, the first Molly he's referencing there is Fury's girlfriend, Molly-Mae Hague, while the second Molly in his sign is meant as a slang word for ecstasy.
The 24-year-old also shared his impression of 'Fury on molly' on his Instagram story.
Fury recently extended his unbeaten run to seven professional fights with victory over Anthony Taylor on the undercard of Paul's bout against Tyron Woodley, and now he believes that the YouTuber has 'no excuses' for not taking him on - though he's confident that the fight wouldn't last long.
Speaking to LADbible, Fury said: "It will definitely be a stoppage win for me.
"A lot of people were saying after my last fight that I should have stopped that guy, but - don't forget - that was a four-round fight.
"If that had been a six-round or an eight-round fight, that guy would have been out of there.
"If me and [Jake] Paul do fight, it's going to be an eight-rounder, or even a 10-rounder, whatever he wants to do. I know for a fact, he can't do the eight very well.
"He spent at least three of the rounds, possibly four of the rounds, walking around the ring not throwing a punch, Tyron Woodley the same.
"The two of them probably threw 500 punches in the entire fight. They weren't very active.
"I would be forceful in that fight, putting him on the back foot, purely and simply because he's not been doing it for long enough."
He continued: "It's not about his ability, skill-wise, he just wouldn't know what to do when he's hit and hurt.
"You saw in the Tyron Woodley fight, he got hit and hurt, fell into the ropes and didn't know what to do. That's just through experience.
"I'm not talking as if I'm a 20-year veteran here, but I know what to do in those situations because I've been doing it my whole life.
"There's a difference between doing it for your whole life and doing it for two years."