Unbeaten prospect Tommy Fury (6-0, 4 KOs) is worried that his rival, Youtube star Jake Paul (3-0, 3 KOs), will suffer an upset loss at the hands of former UFC champion Tyron Woodley on Sunday in Cleveland.

Paul will collide with Woodley in the main event of a Showtime Pay-Per-View card.

Fury is part of the pay-per-view undercard, as he makes his United States debut against Paul's sparring partner Anthony Taylor.

Should Paul and Fury win their respective fights - there is strong possibility of seeing them collide in the near future.

However, Fury is not convinced that Paul will come away with a victory.

"I've got nearly four million people following me around the world. Jake's got however many he's got. It's a massive colossal fight everyone knows that and provided we both come through our fights, let's get it on," Fury said to The Mirror.

"But it's hard to say. There's no way in hell Tyron should lose this fight. Woodley's been fighting his whole life, he knows what it's like to be in a fight. He knows how to handle himself when he's hurt. Woodley should come through this on Sunday.

"But Jake's Jake. He's been doing this every single day, a lot longer boxing wise than Woodley. The main thing we are looking for on Sunday is how Jake performs when his backs against the ropes, when he's been hit and hurt. I think there's very good chance of that happening on Sunday.

"I have had fights where I've been knocked up and down. So I know what to do and what I've got inside of me. Let's see if Jake Paul's got the minerals for it. If he thinks the real deal, come and face me. I'm no Olympic gold medalist here, I've had six amateur fights when I was a kid. So I'm not great shakes, if he wants to get it on we can get it on."