Tyson Fury has congratulated his brother Tommy Fury over landing a bout with Jake Paul on December 18.
Fury and Paul have engaged in a war of words over social media over the past couple of months, and they will finally meet in the ring next month.
Both boxers currently boast unblemished records, with Fury at 7-0 and Paul at 4-0.
And Fury will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of his older brother, Tyson, who remains undefeated after 32 fights, with only one draw on his record.
The Gypsy King has taken to Twitter to congratulate his brother over the upcoming clash.
Fury tweeted: "Massive congratulations to @tommytntfury on his big big fight news. Living the dream daily. See you soon bro #VegasBabyVegas."
While Big John Fury issued some ominous words to Tommy Fury on GiveMeSport: "Will Tommy beat Jake Paul? Absolutely.
"He's a silly man because believe me, like Jake Paul is saying, if Tommy lost to Jake Paul, he would have to change his name to 'Tommy Fumbles'.
"Plus Tyson would batter him, Hughie would batter him, Shane would batter him, and we would retire him from boxing there and then, so there's no pressure really!"
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The Gypsy King was able to retain his WBC Heavyweight Championship when completing his trilogy bout with Deontay Wilder last month.
Fury was on the canvas in fourth, but he rallied to beat Wilder in eleventh in one of the best heavyweight contests of all time.
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