Jake Paul ready to challenge Tyson Fury in WWE… but first wants to settle ‘unfinished business’ with his brother Tommy

JAKE PAUL is ready to challenge Tyson Fury in the WWE… but first wants to settle his “unfinished business” with brother Tommy.

Paul’s older sibling Logan recently crossed over to professional wrestling and challenges for the WWE title on November 5.

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Jake Paul is ready to challenge Tyson Fury in the WWECredit: Esther Lin
Tyson Fury pictured with younger brother Tommy

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Tyson Fury pictured with younger brother TommyCredit: Instagram

Fury, 34, has also had a WWE run and, in September, made a cameo appearance on the Clash at the Castle pay-per-view in Wales.

Paul, 25, is open to starring alongside the Gypsy King but only after fighting his brother Tommy, 23, in the boxing ring.

He told Sky Sports: “Maybe a wrestling event, maybe we go WWE.

“I definitely want to take out his little brother though, Tommy. I think that’s still a big fight and there’s unfinished business.”

The celebrity rivals have TWICE signed for a grudge match but Fury has withdrawn both times.

An injured rib last December and US visa issues this August saw the 2019 Love Islander pulled out of the PPV paydays.

Fury’s hopes of negotiating again were dashed after Paul agreed to face UFC legend Anderson Silva, 47, this weekend in Arizona.

Paul last fought in December, knocking out Tyron Woodley, 40, four months after beating the ex-UFC champion on points.

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That added to KOs over online rival AnEsonGib, ex-NBA star Nate Robinson and retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren.

Heavyweight Hasim Rahman Jr, 31, initially signed as a substitute for Fury in August but pulled out due to a weight disagreement.

It has left Paul believing pro boxers are now too afraid to risk their record and reputation against him.

He said: “They know if they get hit with this right hand then they’re going to be turned into the biggest meme on the internet.

“So they just don’t want to take that risk when it comes down to it.

“Losing to me is probably the worst fighter to lose to in the world.”

Jake Paul and Anderson Silva fight over eight rounds

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Jake Paul and Anderson Silva fight over eight roundsCredit: Esther Lin



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