Jake Paul has vowed to party with Tom Brady after destroying the Fury family legacy when he fights Tommy Fury on December 18.
Paul, 24, and Fury, 22, have agreed to a mega-money fight in Tampa, Florida which will be held over eight, three-minute rounds.
Both men are unbeaten in the ring although there are significant question marks over the level of opposition they have faced.
Paul turned professional in 2020 and has since beaten fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib, former NBA player Nate Robinson, ex-MMA star Ben Askren and, most recently, former UFC champion Tyron Woodley.
Despite his opponent coming from a boxing background and being the younger brother of heavyweight king Tyson, the American YouTuber is so confident of victory that he's already planning his after party.
In announcing the fight on Twitter, Paul said: "It's finally official. Timothy had no choice but to sign the contract so he could finally pay his bar tabs, afford a shirt for the club, and stop living off Molly!
"December 18 in Tampa Bay, I'm changing this w*****'s name to Tommy Fumbles and celebrating with Tom Brady. Pucker up Timmy… it's time to kiss your last name and your family's boxing legacy goodbye."
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Brady, 44, is one of the greatest NFL quarterbacks of all-time and currently plays for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers after leaving the New England Patriots in 2019.
The Buccaneers play at the Raymond James Stadium, which is around 20 minutes away from the Amalie Arena where Paul and Fury will face off in just under a month-and-a-half.
Paul already seems pretty confident of his chances of winning the grudge match, which is expected to earn both men a large amount of cash.
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"Tommy is a different style than Tyron but he doesn't have as much experience." he said when asked if Fury will prove an easier fight than Woodley.
"Tommy is a great boxer, he's undefeated he has fast hands, he's quick, he comes from a legendary bloodline. I just think that boy will crack under pressure. I've taken out everyone from the UK; Deji [Olatunji], Joe Weller, Gib, KSI is scared; he' really next on the list."
Fight fans won't have to wait much longer to find out.
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