Jake Paul calls out Tommy Fury's DAD John and brother Tyson as YouTuber admits he 'doesn't want to fight' Love Islander

JAKE PAUL doesn't want to fight Tommy Fury.

But he'd consider facing his brother Tyson or even hid DAD John in the ring.

The Problem Child had been scheduled to face Tommy on December 18.

But the Brit was forced to pull out with a broken rib and chest infection.

Fury, 22, is still determined to fight Paul.

The American, however, doesn't think that his rival 'deserves the payday'.

He told Volume Sports: "He wants the payday.

"But I said it before, I don't wanna take the fight with him, he doesn't deserve it. I'd rather fight Tyson Fury.

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"I'll fight his brother or his dad before I'll fight Tommy."

Paul has hinted at a switch to MMA, recently sharing a short clip of himself practising leg kicks.

But Fury feels that the duo have 'unfinished business'.

He said: "The fact of the matter is there's unfinished business here and this fight needs to take place, because how can he be serious about fighting if he's never fought a boxer before?

"How can he be serious about this? He keeps referring to the UFC.

"If he wants to go and fight in the UFC, don't put on a pair of boxing gloves again and go and fight in the UFC. Don't call yourself a boxer if you've never ever fought one.

My goal is to be a champion in this sport. And believe it or not, fighting Jake Paul, it doesn't give me that at all

"Make no mistake, that's the fight I want next and I'll always be checking in with my team every single day to see where we're up to with that.

"But there comes a time where I have my own career. My goal still isn't changed.

"My goal is to be a champion in this sport. And believe it or not, fighting Jake Paul, it doesn't give me that at all. Fighting Jake Paul will never make me a champion in boxing.

"So Jake Paul, yes, it's a great fight. It's a big fight. But it doesn't really make me achieve my dreams."

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