Tommy Fury "earning millions" for Jake Paul fight – and wants Logan next

Tommy Fury is hoping to set up a fight with Logan Paul after his upcoming fight with Jake Paul next month.

Novice boxers Fury and Paul will meet over eight rounds in a 192lb catchweight fight on December 18 in Tampa, Florida.

Fury – who has seven professional fights under his belt – is the betting favourite heading into the fight.

Paul has picked up four wins in the ring since turning professional last year but is yet to face a talented boxer.

His brother Logan – who Jake says is less serious about boxing – fought in an exhibition against ring legend Floyd Mayweather in June.

Logan has been linked to an exhibition against former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson in February of next year.

And Fury's father John predicts Logan will want revenge for Jake after next month's clash between the two celebrities.

"If he's on his game, Tommy, and he's firing on all four cylinders. Easy night's work, easy money and the winner goes on to bigger and better things," he told Rob Moore.

"We'll get the brother out the game as well, then we'll start looking at conventional titles for him. A brother is gonna wanna redeem another brother isn't he.

"When he knocks Jake Paul out, the brother's gonna wanna take his part ain't he. But I don't think so because the hiding Tommy's gonna give Jake Paul, the other brother won't be interested either.

"Listen, Tommy's getting paid more money for this than some world champions. He's getting paid in the millions, so if we get millions for getting wet we're gonna do it, because it's good business."

Fury has compared his fight purse for the fight to "winning the lottery" as he vows to "splatter" his rival.

Paul predicts he will stop Fury – who has never been scheduled for eight rounds – in the later rounds of the fight.

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And Fury's father explained why he wants the decision deserves to go in Paul's favour if the fight reaches the scorecards.

"Can Tommy play with him and knock him out? Absolutely, that's what I'm expecting. No more and no less. I don't even want him to struggle with Jake Paul," he continued.

"I don't even want him to have a close fight with him. If it goes the distance and a close fight, give it Paul because he deserves to win.

"Tommy's got the ability, got the knowledge, got the power, he's got everything in his favour to stop Jake Paul and many more like him.

"If he's thinking about world titles as a proper boxer and he can't get these men out the way, it's no good. It's over. He knows that."

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