WBC heavyweight champion Tyson Fury has no problem with social media stars, Jake Paul and Logan Paul, invading the sport of boxing.

There are many boxers who have been critical of the Paul brothers being pushed in the sport - but Fury is not one of them.

Last month, the 26-year-old Logan Paul fought five division world champion Floyd Mayweather in an eight round exhibition fight. Their pay-per-view generated over 1 million buys in the United States.

And this summer, younger brother Jake Paul (3-0, 3 KOs), 24, will take part in his fourth pro fight when he meets former UFC champion Tyron Woodley. That contest will also be carried on pay-per-view.

Earlier this year, Jake Paul knocked out MMA veteran Ben Askren in a single round.

"I've been pretty impressed with the Pauls -- both of them -- to be fair, they've been a good breath of fresh air to the boxing scene. Fantastic, guys. Well done if you're watching," Fury said to TMZ Sports.

Fury's younger brother, Tommy Fury (6-0, 4 KOs), has been pushing to get Jake Paul in the ring. Tommy Fury, like Jake Paul, has a big following on social media.

Jake and Tommy have traded harsh words for the last few months.

If they collide in the ring, Tyson Fury expects his brother to score a sensational knockout.

"I think Tommy knocks him out cold. I think [Jake's] a decent fighter for sure. But, I know Tommy's a dynamite puncher," Tyson Fury said.

Tommy Fury, who is only 22-years-old, is being moved slowly and promoter Frank Warren expects him to have at least two more fights in 2021.