John Fury, father and trainer of light heavyweight prospect Tommy Fury (8-0, 4 KOs), believes his son will obliterate YouTube star turned boxer, Jake Paul, next month.

Paul and Fury will collide on February 26th in Saudi Arabia.

They were scheduled to meet on two prior occasions, with Fury being pulled from both dates. Fury withdrew with a training injury in 2021, and in 2022 he was denied entry into the United States.

Paul has openly expressed his doubts about the contest coming off as planned, with UFC veteran Mike Perry being placed on standby as a late replacement.

Fury saw action back in April of last year, when he picked up a decision win over Daniel Bocianski. Paul returned to the ring in October, with an eight round decision over MMA legend Anderson Silva.

John Fury has made it clear that his son will be front and center to collide with Paul.

"Jake, you think Tommy’s not gonna show up. You’re going to be very disappointed and mistaken because we’re 100 percent going to be there," John Fury said.

“We can’t wait to get this fight on with you. There’s no way in the world -- in this entire world -- this fight ain’t gonna happen. So, if you’re dreaming in your own little boy’s brain, thinking that we’re not gonna show up and Tommy’s not gonna fight you, mate. Well, you’re gonna be very wrong.

“Be prepared to get taken out [of] that room on a stretcher, my friend, because that’s what’s happening to you. You have no chance at all. I don’t give you any chance whatsoever. Not a remote chance, not even a puncher’s chance. And your last fight with [Silva] -- that fake thing where you missed him, mate, and he fell on the ground -- and watched it time and time again on the video. [Silva], you missed him, he fell down and got counted out. You’re in a real fight this time […]. So, advice to you, keep them up.”