Tommy Fury and Daniel Dubois are going to have their next fights on Jake Paul’s undercard against Tyron Woodley on August 29 in the United States.
It will be an American debut for the pair of Britons, with Fury facing MMA fighter Anthony Taylor and Dubois facing Joe Cusumano.
There’s also a deeper storyline that could be built for Fury ahead of the fights in Ohio later this month.
Tommy has reportedly signed a two-fight deal with US broadcaster Showtime – who signed Jake to their network earlier this year.
In a press release, promoter Frank Warren confirmed that a future fight with Jake Paul could be on the cards.
He said: “These two guarantee explosive performances every time they fight. Another knockout for Daniel brings him one step closer to a huge WBA world title fight held by Trevor Bryan, while Tommy’s reward for a thrilling performance may well be a future fight with Jake Paul.
The Love Island star – brother of Tyson Fury – has been embroiled in social media back-and-forth with the 3-0 YouTuber (3 KOs) turned boxer in recent months.
Jake beat fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib, former NBA player Nate Robinson and retired MMA fighter Ben Askren. He will now face Woodley.
Fury went 6-0 (4 KOs) in his last fight in June, which gave him a lot of experience as he was tested by Jordan Grant.
Dubois remains ranked among the best young heavyweights, despite his first loss to Joe Joyce last year.
The 23-year-old rebounded by stopping Bogdan Dinu to win the WBA “interim” belt in June.
Now it is claimed he could challenge Trevor Bryan for the “regular” WBA belt.
Anthony Joshua holds the true WBA world heavyweight title.