TOMMY FURY said his next opponent Daniel Bocianski would “iron Jake Paul out easy” as he confirmed his boxing return.
Fury is set to feature on brother Tyson’s April 23 undercard at Wembley where Dillian Whyte acts as the other headline act.
The 2019 Love Island star faces Pole Bocianski, 27, who is 6ft 3in and has a record of 10-1.
Fury said: “This man I’m about to fight would iron Jake Paul out easy because this man has probably got a family to feed, this is his only way of making money, he probably needs to make the money.
“He’s gonna come in with killer ambition.”
Fury, 22, last fought in August and beat Jake Paul’s sparring partner Anthony Taylor, 33, on the YouTuber’s undercard.
It then lined him up with a celebrity grudge match against Paul, 25, in December.
But Fury was forced to pull out after suffering a broken rib and bacterial chest infection.
Paul would instead knock out replacement ex-UFC champion Tyron Woodley, 39, to go 5-0.
The American recently announced he will return in August – and Fury is open to renegotiating.
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He said: “I don’t know who he’s going to fight but if he wants viewing figures back, if he wants to have a big fights which people are interested in, he knows where it’s at.
“All you’ve got to see that is by clicking on any of his posts, I get tagged in so many a day, ‘Who should Jake Paul fight?’
“Tommy Fury is the only one and it’s in England. So let me get through with this fight and crack on with my career.
“If Jake Paul wants it, he can have it any time, I’ve already said that.”