Legendary boxer Carl Froch has been engaged in a war of words with Jake Paul over the past few weeks ahead of his fight with Tommy Fury.
The internet sensation was ultimately unsuccessful against the brother of Tyson Fury, who handed him his first loss in professional boxing.
One man that was ecstatic at the result was former super-middleweight champion Froch, who claimed Fury did ‘boxing purists a massive favour by shutting up Jake Paul’.
He’s kept the celebrations going, and simultaneously not backed down from a potential fight with the YouTuber – although, this time he’s also taken aim at his brother Logan.
Keen to knock out both Paul brothers on the same night, the iconic boxer threw up the possibility of facing both of them in a WWE style ‘tag’ match.
Speaking to BonusCodeBets, Froch said: “Jake Paul and Logan Paul on the same night would be interesting. I’d fight them both on the same night and they can tag each other.
“Or maybe get Logan on the undercard as we’ve not seen him for a while as a nice little warm up for me, a steady few rounds until I decide to knock him el sparko.
“And then I can fight his brother Jake on top of the bill as the main event and make mincemeat of him, what a night that would be.”
Froch has been retired from the sport since 2014, however, the possibility of jumping in the ring with Jake is a tantalising one for him.
The Cobra suggested that the pair could fill Wembley Stadium if the fight ever did come to fruition.
He said: “The only fight that ticks the box is Jake Paul. Even though he lost to Tommy it was at times a competitive fight. I’m nine years retired, so who knows what would happen, I’ve not been in the boxing ring since in any capacity.
“But I’d make mincemeat of him, it’d be an easy fight. I’d smash I’m to bits inside two rounds, but that’s in my head.
“The reality might be different. I’d think we’d fill Wembley. Minimum 80,000.”
Froch then took the opportunity to throw a few more verbal daggers Paul’s way.
He continued: “I’d love to fight Jake Paul and smash him to bits. But I think he was exposed last night against a novice-pro. He’s talking about winning world titles – never going to happen.
“You’re not good enough. You don’t have the ability, skill, mindset – you just know how to make money being a clown. That’s what he is, a performing clown. He’s not a professional fighter.
“Now he’s lost to Tommy, me and Jake doesn’t make any sense. For me Paul has been massively exposed for what he is, an area level fighter, he’d struggle to win an area level fight. He’s nowhere near good enough to win a British title and that’s being kind.”