TOMMY FURY has been backed to knock out 'insecure Disney Channel' star Jake Paul by boxer Ahmed Elbiali – who has sparred BOTH men.
YouTuber Paul and Love Island's Fury have been embroiled in an online feud in recent months, fuelling speculation of a fight.
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And light-heavyweight Elbiali, 30, believes he already knows what the outcome would be and says there is no way Tyson's brother losies to his loudmouth rival.
He said on YouTube: "Personally, I've been able to spar both of these guys and on a personal note, as far as personality is concerned if it matters to you guys, I consider Tommy a true gentleman.
"In boxing and outside of boxing, not because I've developed a relationship with him or anything, it was clear off the bat.
"You can tell Jake's an insecure, Disney Channel, young man. And it's not surprising, it makes a lot of sense, there's a lot of insecurities behind that young man.
"But he's very fortunate to have done what he's done and I wish him nothing but getting knocked the f*** out by Tommy Fury.
"And I think that's exactly what would happen if they were ever to fight. I sparred Jake, and Jake in my opinion is a hard worker, that's about it."
Elbiali, who is 20-1 with his only defeat to WBA 'Regular' champion Jean Pascal, sparred Paul last year.
It was before the social media sensation knocked out ex-NBA player Nate Robinson, 37, in November.
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More recently, he has spent time with Fury, 22, and WBC king Tyson, 32, as they trained in both Las Vegas and Miami.
Fury later returned home as he prepares to make his return to the ring on Saturday on Daniel Dubois' undercard, his sixth pro bout.
Meanwhile, Paul's next pay-per-view headliner is against ex-UFC champ Tyron Woodley, 39, on August 28.
Elbiali claimed it does not matter how many fights the American, 24, has, he will NEVER be able to better Fury, who grew up around boxing.
He explained: "Tommy's a man of the sport, brought up into it, I'm telling you being a gentleman outside of boxing takes you wonders.
"It takes you all around the world and it's going to take him all around the world as well.
"I have him knocking (Jake) him out, clean the f*** out, easily, hands down.
"Doesn't even matter if Jake gets 25 fights before they fight each other. He's still going to always beat him. He's just even more athletic, honestly."
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