Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury will 'probably happen' but only if 'the money is right'

Jake Paul vs Tommy Fury

Hughie Fury believes that Jake Paul will 'probably' end up fighting his cousin Tommy Fury, but only if 'the money is right'.

Logan Paul's younger brother began trading verbal jabs with the younger brother of Tyson Fury last year.

Tommy, 22, was quick to play down talk of a clash with the younger Paul brother but erupted into a fit of rage after the latter claimed his girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague slid into his DMs in 2018

And Hughie doesn't expect Tommy will have too much trouble with The Problem Child. 

"Possibly yeah, if the money talks, it's going to happen," Fury exclusively told GIVEMESPORT about a potential fight between the YouTuber and former Love Island star.

"It will probably happen if the money is right, yeah. 

"I'd say Tommy should knock him out easily enough."

Hughie Fury will fight Christian Hammer in October at the Wembley Arena

Fury, 27, will face Romanian-German pro boxer Christian Hammer in his comeback fight on October 16.

Former world title challenger Fury (25-3, 14 KOs) will return to action after a lengthy ten-month absence at the top of the bill at the Utilita Arena in Newcastle. 

"I'm feeling confident approaching the fight," he said about fighting Hammer in a couple of weeks' time.  

"I'm looking forward to it, these are the type of fights I want.

"I don't want knock over opponents as a building fight.

"I believe I can fight, and I'm a fighting man, so I want these fights now. 

"It's all happening at the right time for me."

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Fighting out of Stockport, Manchester, Fury truly doesn't seem to care who he fights next, whether that be Derek Chisora, Daniel Dubois, Tony Yoka, or any of the other fringe contenders. 

Fury isn't wholly satisfied having fought just twice in the past couple of years and he wants to get in one more fight before the end of the year after his most recent victory over Mariusz Wach in December.   

"If it gets me in the right position, it doesn't bother me who I fight," he added.

"Hopefully, I'd like to be back out in December as well, so two fights this year. 

"Like I say, it doesn't really bother me where the fight is, but it'll be nice to be with a home crowd for sure." 

Hughie Fury vs Christian Hammer will air live and exclusively on Sky Sports, with tickets available to purchase via boxxer.com/tickets.

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