Light heavyweight prospect Tommy Fury (8-0, 4 KOs) has promised to do a lot of damage when he steps in the ring with Youtube star turned boxer, Jake Paul (6-0, 4 KOs).

Fury will finally step in the ring with Paul on February 26th in Saudi Arabia.

They were scheduled to collide on two prior occasions, in 2021 and 2022, with Fury unable to move forward in both instances. 

The younger brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has vowed to end Paul's run in the sport.

Fury, who some view as the underdog, is the first boxer that Paul will face in his career.

Paul, with no amateur background in the sport, has mostly faced MMA veterans. 

Last year, several fight cancelations forced Paul to see action once - with a tough decision win over MMA legend Anderson Silva, who does have experience as a boxer, but was viewed by critics as being too old.

To get the proper respect in boxing circles, Fury must make a statement against Paul.

"My message to Jake Paul is good luck and I hope you've trained and I hope you got an ambulance on speed dial because you're gonna need it," Fury told TMZ.

"This is all that's been in my mind for the past two and a half, three years because I'm a professional, legitimate fighter. And my name has been lingering with Jake Paul for quite some time now and Jake Paul is not on my level. Jake Paul is not even considered a legitimate fighter and to have my name dragged through the mud with his, I want to prove a point.

"I don't wanna take it both hands, I wanna school this man. I'm gonna take him to the trenches and he will be drowned. There's no way he can last eight rounds in the ring with me."