WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury is helping prepare his younger brother, Tommy Fury (7-0, 4 KOs), for the upcoming fight with social media star Jake Paul (4-0, 3 KOs).

Their Showtime Pay-Per-View fight takes place on December 18, at AMALIE Arena in Tampa, Florida.

Also on the card, unified featherweight champion Amanda Serrano will face 135-pound titleholder Miriam Gutierrez in the co-feature of the PPV.

The bout has been contracted for a catch-weight of 192-pounds.

There is a lot at stake for the younger Fury, who has the legacy of his fighting family on his back.

Tommy Fury, who one day wants to fight for a world title, has far more to lose than Paul.

“I think this is really good fight for everybody who is going to be watching around the world. There’s going to be a lot of people watching. A lot of people are interested in this fight," Tyson Fury said.

"You’ve got two young, undefeated guys. I’m really looking forward to it. It’s going to be an excellent night. I think Tommy will knock him out.

"No disrespect to Jake Paul, but like I said to Tommy, if he can’t knock Jake Paul out, fly to a foreign country and stay there because he ain’t coming home.”

Paul and Fury traded words in the aftermath on their August fights, which took place on Showtime Pay-Per-View in Cleveland. In the PPV opener, Fury won a four round decision over Anthony Taylor, while Paul headlined the card with an eight round decision over former UFC champion Tyron Woodley.