Logan Paul believes that his brother Jake Paul will murder Tommy Fury in a boxing clash.

The younger Paul defeated former UFC star Tyron Woodley in his last contest, with Fury also recording victory over Anthony Taylor on the undercard.

And the pair have now been heavily linked to meet in the ring after a heated confrontation in the hallway at the event.

But Jake's brother Logan is adamant that Paul will defeat Fury after he dismissed Fury's opponent Taylor inside one round in sparring.

"The dude Tommy Fury beat [Anthony Taylor]. I'd been drinking 45 days straight after the Floyd Mayweather fight," Paul told the True Geordie podcast. "I come back, I sparred the kid Tommy fought, he didn't make it out of the first round… He's gonna get f***ing murdered [vs Jake].

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"It isn't a fight between me and Tommy Fury at all, I can say what I want now I really don't give a f***, Tommy couldn't even finish Taylor in the four round period.

"Do people think he is going to win, I was watching his fight and it is very clear that he is still an amateur, he is clearly built for it but there is something he lacks.

"From what I saw from that fight, there is levels to this s*** and I am way above him."

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Paul's coach BJ Flores exclusively revealed to Mirror Fighting that talks were now underway for the fight to take place later this year.

And despite being heavily linked with other names such as Conor McGregor and a rematch with Woodley, Paul explained why he wants Fury next.

He told the 'Full Send' podcast: “I think Tommy Fury is at the top of that list. He’s skilled, he’s undefeated, and he’s a real boxer.

“He has like 4 million followers on Instagram which is good engagement. He has the fans from his relationship show [ Love Island ].

“It all starts with the numbers, like would the fight sell a lot? Would people actually care? I could go and fight the infamous jiujitsu guy who doesn’t shut the f*** up on social media, but it’s a hard sell.

"This guy just beat a UFC hall of fame legendary striker, we’re not going to put him up against a jiujitsu guy in a boxing match, so after each fight, we go back to the drawing board and we’re like ‘who makes the most sense’ ⁠— can they actually sell pay-per-views? Can we sell this fight as like ‘this is a tough fight for Jake'."

Paul has renewed his rivalry with Fury in recent days, after releasing a video mocking the pictures of Fury in a club that emerged on social media.

But the 24-year-old is not guaranteed to take on Fury next, and has also been called out by Vitor Belfort after his victory against Evander Holyfield.

Paul, however, dismissed Belfort's challenge as a "four year obsession" and also rubbished any rumours of a $30 million fight between the pair.