Jake Paul has again mocked Tommy Fury by recalling the time his girlfriend Molly-Mae Hague supposedly sent him a private message on social media.
Fury continues to call out Paul ahead of a potential fight between the pair.
Paul recently beat former UFC champion Ben Askren and is considering his next move.
Fury, who is so far undefeated in his professional career, rose to fame on ITV's Love Island where he hooked up with Molly-Mae.
Prior to that though she supposedly messaged Paul, something he has been keen to remind the Brit of.
The YouTuber also claimed Fury has several opponents he must see off before he can consider calling him out.
He said in a video on Twitter : "I don't know if you just saw that last video but the desperation is seeping through the paws of the Fury family.
"It is quite embarrassing, the heavyweight champion of the world ( Tyson Fury ) is on Instagram talking about Jake Paul begging me to fight his brother.
"Listen Tommy, focus on your fight that is in a couple of weeks that no one even knows about by the way. This video will be the biggest promotion for your whole entire fight.
"Find an opponent. You're literally picking someone to fight you in three weeks who hasn't even been training.
"Fight someone real, do a real pay-per-view and then maybe we can talk. The last guy you fought was 0-9.
"The people you've fought in total have a combined record of 15 wins, 250 losses.
"You come looking for me in Miami to try and find me in a gym. You know damn well I'm not in Miami, I'm in Puerto Rico.
"If you want to pull up here I will gladly beat the f*** out of you.
"Tommy, you fight for $100,000. You have some ladders to climb before you get to my level unfortunately my friend.
"I'm not talking about this anymore, peace out, f*** you guys.
"One last thing Tommy, you should be more worried about your girl sliding into a bunch of dude's DMs."
Molly-Mae though has hit back insisting the DM is photoshopped as she claimed "times must be hard".
The white heart emoji used in the alleged message was not created until 2019 – a year after the message date.
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