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Tommy Fury has vowed to end Jake Paul's boxing career whenever the two finally meet, even saying the YouTuber is 'not a boxer.'
Fury, the younger brother of WBC world heavyweight champion Tyson, and Paul have been going at each other over social media for months now.
The pair are expected to meet in the ring at some point, having met face-to-face for the first time after Paul's victory over Tyron Woodley in August.
In a contract drawn up by the American, Fury will have to change his name to Tommy Fumbles if he loses, but the British boxer doesn't think that'll happen, and has instead said he'll end his rival's boxing career.
"I will end his boxing career. There is no more Jake Paul after we fight, that’s it," the former Love Island star told TMZ.
"Jake Paul gets me nowhere in boxing terms. He’s not a boxer, so beating [him] doesn’t get me a world title shot, it doesn’t get me any respect from any of the other fights.
"Everyone knows what other fighters think of him, so it doesn’t get me anywhere.
"It’s a good payday, an easy fight, but then I’m going back into the proper boxing world.
"I’m going to win some titles, go down in history, and do what I’ve been doing my whole life."
As well as the clause in the contract, Tommy's own brother Tyson has claimed that the younger sibling will have to change his surname if he loses.
Whilst the heavyweight champion is worried about his name being tarnished, Tommy thinks it's all just a joke from Paul and isn't taking it from 'the Problem Child.'
"That’s funny business, it’s not going to happen (…) This is an easy fight for me, it’s just ridiculous," the 22-year-old added.
"I’ve been fighting heavyweight boxing my whole life, I’ve been in this job since I was seven. If he was any good at it he would have done it before now.
"He’s not a boxer and you’re going to see that when we fight."
Paul is 4-0 in his career, having faced a YouTuber, a basketball player and two retired former UFC champions, but never faced a boxer.
Fury is 7-0 but his most recent fight didn't exactly inspire critics of the Mancunian.
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