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Paul and his brother Logan have made a video mocking Fury and his heavyweight champion brother’s fight prediction for their showdown in December.

 

 

Jake Paul and his brother Logan have released a video on Instagram mocking Tyson Fury and Tommy’s fight prediction that was posted earlier today.

 

 

The heavyweight champion Fury has began training his brother Tommy for his huge showdown with YouTube fighter Paul.

 

 

And the pair have finally had their hotly-anticipated meeting confirmed for December 18 in Florida after weeks of negotiations.

 

 

Fury’s brother Tyson released a video of the pair making their fight prediction on Instagram – and the YouTube brothers have issued their mimicking response on Paul’s Instagram page.

 

 

Logan said in a mocking British accent: “Happy with myself as a trainer at this morning’s session, Jake how are you feeling?”

To which Jake replied: “I am feeling good yeah I am feeling good, I am eating his a**, oh wait I mean beating his a** inside two rounds.”

 

 

A back and forth has continued between the two family pairings who will all be present at the showdown in Florida later this year.

 

 

And the latest satirical response was made with a dig at the British pair’s prediction earlier today.

Tyson said on his Instagram story: “Finished my first day as a trainer, first morning session rather. Really help with myself the way things went, all the boys trained hard.”

 

 

Tommy also weighed in, predicting he will stop Paul in just two rounds.

“The run this morning was good. Good leg work, feeling good. Feeling fit,” he said. “He’s getting knocked sparked out, two rounds.”

 

 

Paul’s showdown with Fury is set to generate huge interest on domestic soil and in America with the pair having a combined social media following of over 30 million.

And the 24-year-old will face Fury who is his first real full-time boxer, after defeating former MMA fighters Tyron Woodley and Ben Askren in his last two outings.

 

 

But Fury himself is relatively inexperienced having fought just seven times professionally against limited opposition including Paul’s sparring partner Anthony Taylor.

 

 

Any victory over Fury would be a vital boost for Paul who has previously expressed his plans to become world champion in the sport which he has highlighted by emphasising his “serious” attitude to boxing in comparison to his brother Logan’s motives for fighting.

 

 

“I would describe his boxing career as something he does for entertainment, for fun and because he loves it. Mine is a lot more serious. I want to become a world champion, 10-0 and retire undefeated,” he told Seconds Out.

 

 

“He started his career of a loss, so it’s a little hard to come back from that. But he’s still a great fighter and he still sells tons of pay-per-views.

 

 

“I feel like there’s a healthy rivalry in everything we do, I think we’re each other’s biggest competitors because who else is doing what we’re doing?

“So he’s got a bright future in the sport, as crazy as it is.”

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