After months of delays and postponements, Jake Paul is preparing to finally take on boxer Tommy Fury in a grudge fight in Saudi Arabia tonight (26 February).
In the build-up to the main event, Jake Paul's older brother Logan has called out Tommy's older brother Tyson for a 'round two' fight. Check it out:
In a clip posted to Jake's Instagram Story the night before the big fight, Jake told his 22 million followers: "Tomorrow I prove that the Pauls are greater than the Furys. The debate is over. Tune in, ladies and gentlemen."
Closing in on the camera, Logan then added: "Then Tyson, round two I'm knocking your ass out."
Logan Paul is also a YouTuber-turned-boxer, most notably fighting former multi-weight world champ Floyd Mayweather. There was no official winner of the bout since it was just an exhibition, though scores would suggest Mayweather technically won. Logan's professional debut did end in defeat, however, as he lost to UK YouTube sensation KSI back in 2019.
Tyson hasn't yet responded to Logan's threat, but there's no doubt the two elder brothers will cross paths tonight at the Diryah Arena.
Just last year, Tyson came back out of retirement, and has managed to successfully defend his WBC heavyweight title in all fights since.
In December 2022, Fury hinted that he was 'coming to the end of his career' - for real this time.
He added that he feels he's got about two or three fights left in him, so Logan might yet be able get something organised.
In the meantime, though, the younger brothers are about to battle it out - which is all thanks to Tyson.
You see, back in February 2021, The Gypsy King took to Twitter to dare Jake to take on Tommy in a fight, just after the Love Island alum had fought Scott Williams.
Jake admitted that he didn't even know Tyson had a brother, before referring to Tommy as a 'little kid'.
Paul refused to take no for an answer, taunting the reality TV star and even dragging Tommy's girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague into the drama.
Tommy finally gave in and agreed to fight Jake, though not before he had to postpone due to injuries and visa problems.
Tyson is still super confident in his younger brother's abilities, it would seem, after revealing that he had placed a £100,000 bet on Tommy.
Speaking to iFL TV the day before the fight, Tyson revealed: "Tommy knocks out 90 per cent of people that he spars with or drops them at least, so he's a very hard puncher and Jake Paul will find that out tomorrow.
"I've got 100 racks on it for an inside-the-distance stoppage, so if he loses, then I'll lose 100 bags as well. I've got him at 3/1.
"I know Tommy is going to knock him out. What is a little bit stupid is I see all these experts and professional boxers picking Jake Paul over Tommy."
Which brothers are all talk, and which will put their money - or fists - where their mouth is? We'll have to wait until tonight to find out.Featured Image Credit: Jake Paul / Instagram / meanderingemu / Alamy Stock Photo