Unbeaten prospect Tommy Fury (5-0, 4 KOs) believes that he would 'comfortably beat' Youtube star Jake Paul.
The pair have been trading words since the start of the year.
Last week, Paul (3-0, 3 KOs) went to social media to take a swipe at Fury, by stating that his June 5 ring return was 'embarrassing' after it was revealed that Fury would be facing a 38-year-old boxer who has a winless record of 0-14.
Paul recently signed a multi-fight deal with Showtime Sports.
Frank Warren, who promotes Fury, is planning to speak with Showtime to inquire if a fight with Paul can be made.
However, Fury does not believe Paul would actually accept such a fight.
"If you're asking me would I like to take the fight? Would it be a comfortable night's work and would it be beneficial to me? Yeah it ticks every box so why not. I'm going to continue with my career so if he wants to fight, which is highly unlikely as he's got no balls, I'll happily take that fight," Fury told Talk Sport.
"I'm not going to take any detours for Jake Paul in the way I do things. I'm going to keep doing me, training the way I'm training and the fighters I fight to get that experience. If Jake Paul comes into it, that's fine, I'll happily fight with him very comfortably. It's a good thing as I don't have to change what I'm going to do.
"If he wants to fight, it's here because it's a comfortable night's work and very beneficial. I'm not going to start changing my career for Jake Paul."
Paul was in action last month, when he stopped MMA veteran Ben Askren in the first round. The big criticism on Paul is that he's yet to face an opponent with actual boxing experience. His first two professional fights were against an inexperienced Youtuber and NBA star Nate Robinson.