JAKE PAUL has challenged Tommy Fury to change his surname for a YEAR if he loses their grudge match.
The YouTuber turned boxer has been trying to entice the former Love Island star to fight him for the last two months but has so far been unsuccessful.
Fury's older brother Tyson recently upped the stakes by claiming he'd 'retire' his sibling and change his surname if he came up short again the social media phenom.
And Paul has latched on to the Gypsy King's vow by making an additional £368,000 ($500,000) wager.
The Problem Child said: "Here's my response to Tyson Fury.
"He just said that if his little brother Timmy Fury loses to me that he will make him quit boxing and he's going to have to change his last name.
"He will no longer be allowed to be a Fury.
"So you know me, I'm a betting man. I like to make bets. So, I'm putting my money up right now.
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"Tommy, if you beat me I will give you an extra $500,000.
"However, if you lose, you have to change your last name for one year to Tommy Fumbles.
"Deal or no deal? I'm putting the money up. Are you confident?"
Fury, 22, has yet to respond to Paul's latest taunt, although he is eager to silence the YouTuber.
During an appearance on The MMA Hour, he said: “When me and you get in the ring, kiss goodbye and don’t ever put on a pair of boxing gloves ever again, because it’s over for you.
“I’m going to send you straight back to where you belong — jumping off bridges on YouTube and messing about, because you don’t belong in my world, mate.
"And you’re going to find out very soon. So keep talking.”
Fury, however, is refusing to sit on the sidelines and wait for the younger Paul brother, saying: “Listen, I’m not about to put my career on standstill for someone like Jake Paul, a YouTuber. “
"I’m a professional athlete, a professional boxer who’s been doing this a long time.
"Jake Paul or no Jake Paul, you’ll see me back in the ring in December.”
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