YouTuber Jake Paul has hinted that Al Nassr superstar Cristiano Ronaldo could be at his upcoming super-fight against Tommy Fury on Sunday.

A bigger buzz for the mega-fight would come about with Ronaldo’s presence at the Diriyah Arena in Riyadh, which Paul has suggested could happen.

Ronaldo made his bombshell exit from Manchester United in 2022 and inked a lucrative contract with Saudi Pro League side Al Nassr.

The 38-year-old Portuguese forward, who signed a deal with Al Nassr until 2025, has settled into life in Saudi Arabia with his family after his free transfer move.

When asked if Ronaldo could make a stunning appearance at the fight, Paul said in a video posted on Top Rank’s YouTube channel: “Yeah, I think he’s coming to the fight.”

Boxing trainer and pundit Gary Logan has hit out at the controversial decision for the WBC to award a cruiserweight ranking to the winner of Paul vs Fury.

“It’s not even at cruiserweight against a decidedly smaller man and he gets a world ranking,” he told Sky Sports.

“It’s just a debacle. Nothing about it makes any sense to me.

“How does he get a world ranking when he’s not boxed anyone near a world ranking as a cruiserweight? Tommy Fury is not a cruiserweight.”