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Jake and Logan Paul have filmed themselves mocking Tyson and Tommy Fury, having shown off their best English accents to create a quick sketch in the car:
Tyson has taken on the role of Tommy's trainer ahead of his fight against the younger Paul brother on 18 December.
As part of the training regimen - which the Furys have dubbed 'Camp Sparta' - the two have been seen jogging along Morecambe seafront and sparring in the Gypsy King's branded boxing ring at his gym in the Lancashire town.
After one session, Tyson and Tommy recorded a video from a café, with Tyson saying: "Just finished my first day as a trainer. First morning session, rather. Really happy with myself for the way things went.
"All the boys trained hard. How was it Tommy? How you feeling?"
Tommy then said: "The run this morning was good. Good leg work, feeling good, feeling fit. Trainer T's doing the best job!"
He also said Jake would be getting knocked out in two rounds, with Tyson adding: "Jake Paul, we're coming for you."
Now the Paul brothers have had their own bit of fun, taking the mick out of the Furys' video with a version of their own.
Filming from inside a car, Logan put on his best English accent - which, we should note, sounded a little more on the Australian side - and said to the camera: "Really happy with myself as a trainer, happy with how things went this morning as a coach, good morning session. Jake how are you feeling?"
Jake then said from the seat behind: "Feeling good, like, I'm feeling good."
Logan replied: "And what's gonna happen to Tommy Fury?"
Jake - whose accent was only slightly better - joked: "I'm eating his a** in two rounds - I mean I'm beating his a** in two rounds."
The two boxers are set to go up against each other in Tampa, Florida, next month.
Bizarrely, if Jake wins the fight, his opponent will reportedly have to change his name for one year to 'Tommy Fumbles'.
Jake's manager Nakisa Bidarian told talkSPORT.com: "Mr Paul contractually agreed to have his guaranteed purse reduced by $500,000 and paid to Mr Fury by Showtime within two business days of the fight should Jake lose.
"Quid pro quo, Mr Paul contractually required for Mr Fury to have $500,000 of his purse held back until Mr Fury legally became Mr Fumbles.
"Mr Fury was afforded 30 days to make the name change.
"Mr Fury did not agree and desired for the bet to be a handshake.
"This Saturday at the press conference, the handshake will seal the deal for the world to see. $500,000 or Mr Fumbles."
However, despite the bet seeming to be set in stone, Tommy's promoter Frank Warren explained that the name change wager is not actually on the finalised contract.
Tommy's team called the contract that they received 'bizarre' with his dad, John Fury, saying: "[Paul's team] are being awkward.
"The contract has been bizarre. If I was going to go through what they've put in the contract, we'd be here all day.
"I've said yes to everything; yes, yes, yes, yes, do what you've got to do because I know Jake Paul can't beat Tommy no matter what he does."
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Jake Paul
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