Light heavyweight/cruiserweight prospect Tommy Fury is being called out by a variety of fighters who ranked well above him and he's even being challenged by world champions.

Fury, the younger brother of WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury, has received an enormous amount of exposure from his crossover boxing matches against social media stars Jake Paul and KSI.

Since the start of the year, Fury handed both Paul and KSI their first defeats as boxers.

Fury has several options in front of him, but the biggest financial windfalls would likely come from facing Paul or KSI in a rematch.

On the other hands, more seasoned pros care pushing to face Fury as well.

“I don’t recall this happening before, where champions are wanting to fight people that are right at the bottom of the pecking order. I’m just happy to be in this position, obviously we all know why he would take that fight but I am going to make the most off of the crossover scene while it is here," Fury told The Daily Mail.

“Let’s not beat around the bush, it’s a lot better financially than conventional boxing, the money that these fights are generating, conventional boxers will never see in their careers. I’m sure Jai Opetaia can box and win all the belts, but it wouldn’t accumulate to a fraction of what these crossover fights can generate.

"I’m definitely going to make the most of it whilst it is here, but at the end of the day the plan will always be to challenge for that top strap (title). I wouldn’t feel right in myself, leaving the sport, if I had not challenged or even tried to win the world title and I do believe that I will win one because I have seen far worse people win one.

“I’m going to make the most off of the crossover scene and when all that is said and done, I will challenge the top boys and we will see how we go.”