Former super middleweight champion Carl Froch has traded plenty of words with Youtube star turned boxer, Jake Paul, in the last few weeks.

Froch was not surprised that Paul (6-1, 4 KOs) suffered his first career defeat on Sunday, when he dropped an eight round split decision to undefeated Tommy Fury (9-0, 4 KOs), who is the younger brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury.

Froch has stated on several occasions that he's open to the idea of coming out of retirement to face Paul in the ring.

He doesn't expect that scenario to ever come off. The tough veteran believes Paul's lack of experience was exposed by Fury, who himself is a novice with a limited amateur background.

"Jake Paul knows how to throw a bit of a punch but he doesn't throw it correctly. He's got no balance, his center of gravity is all wrong, and when he's on his back foot he panics, shuts his eyes, looks for the floor, ducks low and then looks to hold. He does so much wrong. He's a white collar fighter. Jake Paul is a beginner, a white collar type fighter. It was ok, it was competitive at times. Jake landed a few shots but it was like watching a white collar boxing match. It wasn't the best," Froch told BonusCodeBet.

"It kills him that I don't give him any credit. The reason I don't give him any credit is he doesn't deserve credit. He doesn't belong in professional fighting. He's a YouTube sensation. Now Tommy has exposed him I think Jake will think 'Carl Froch is right' - he will think he does not belong as a professional or have a right to call himself a professional fighter. The only chance he would have is against a retired pro. And that's a small chance. He will not fight me. He's not that stupid."

If Paul ever came to the table, Froch believes the event would sell a tremendous amount of tickets - even enough to fill up Wembley Stadium in London.

Froch does not expect a competitive fight and feels he could take Paul down within two rounds.

"The only fight that ticks the box is Jake Paul. Even though he lost to Tommy it was at times a competitive fight. I'm nine years retired, so who knows what would happen, I've not been in the boxing ring since in any capacity. But I'd make mincemeat of him, it'd be an easy fight. I'd smash I'm to bits inside two rounds, but that’s in my head. The reality might be different. I'd think we'd fill Wembley. Minimum 80,000," Froch said.

"What would it take to get me in the ring with Jake Paul? Not much, not much at all. In his head he might think Froch is nine years retired, has silver hair, and is old at 45, and maybe he thinks he can redeem himself for losing. I'd love to fight Jake Paul and smash him to bits. But I think he was exposed last night against a novice-pro. He’s talking about winning world titles - never going to happen. You're not good enough. You don't have the ability, skill, mindset - you just know how to make money being a clown. That's what he is, a performing clown. He's not a professional fighter. Now he's lost to Tommy, me and Jake doesn't make any sense. For me Paul has been massively exposed for what he is, an area level fighter, he'd struggle to win an area level fight.  He's nowhere near good enough to win a British title and that's being kind. 

"I'd need to be in shape to do at least two rounds at a decent pace. Maybe that's giving Jake too much credit. I'd get behind the jab for a minute, throw a few feints, make him react, he'd come in and throw a big overhand right and I'd time him. It would be like taking candy from a baby. Move in close, take the lollipop out of his hand, and place it into my mouth and walk off with the lollipop, walk off with the prize candy. He would not last a round. If he lasted a round I'd be disgusted with myself."