JAKE PAUL has mocked Tommy Fury's training preparations with brother Tyson in the lead up to their fight next month.
Tommy released a video earlier this week which showed heavyweight champion Tyson hitting him in the stomach with a medicine ball.
Responding to Tommy's video on Instagram, Paul has now mocked him by having one of his trainers do the same exercise on him.
And Paul could be heard saying: "I love you Tyson. You're the best big brother ever. Thank you for promoting this fight for me."
His trainer, pretending to be Tyson, then added: "You better knock this dosser out."
To which the YouTuber replied: "I'm gonna knock him spark out for the UK."
Despite Paul looking relaxed in his latest video, some social media users are concerned about his chances of winning the fight.
One said: "Jake Paul can mock all he wants but Tyson Fury isn't playing a game.
"He's training Tommy to knock Jake Paul out. When that happens and he wakes up, it's him who will be getting mocked."
And another added: "You can clearly see the difference in force behind those blows. I hope Jake Paul's trainers aren't training him up to be splattered because they think he's a Disney childhood star plonker.
"If Tommy doesn't beat him, move to a desert island."
Others simply were not impressed with Paul choosing to imitate the Furys' training method.
One person said: "So cringe," while another added: "I can't wait to watch this clown get battered by Tommy Fury."
Tommy is currently training out in Florida alongside Tyson and highly-respected trainer SugarHill Steward.
Jake and Tommy will finally come to blows on December 18 when the two unbeaten fighters meet in the ring in an eight-round contest.
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And the Brit is confident he can end the YouTube star's run of four straight victories.
He said: "Jake Paul is about to learn a serious life lesson. This is my world and he doesn't belong here. I'm not one of these MMA men or basketball players.
'I have been boxing my whole life. I will show the world the difference between a YouTuber and a real fighting man.'"
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