Tommy Fury shoved Jake Paul on stage during a tense weigh-in ahead of their much-anticipated bout this weekend.
After a long period of on-and-off negotiations, Paul and Fury will be taking to the ring on Sunday in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Last year, the scheduled fight between the two was called off after Fury pulled out due to medical reasons.
Ahead of their fight this weekend, the pair met on stage for their official weigh-in.
Paul weighed 183.6 whilst Fury came in at 184.5.
After the weigh-in, the pair went face to face during a tense stare-off.
The pair were exchanging words with Fury repeatedly saying he will knock Paul out and that his career will be over.
Eventually, tensions boiled over as Fury shoved Paul at the end of a heated face-off.
Fans were quick to react to the pair’s tense moments.
One said: “Wow things really got heated between the two!”
Another added: “Mannn these two need to get a room, I’m sick of their trash!!”
A third fan commented: “Lollll Fury’s little shove did nothing!!!”
American YouTuber turned boxer Paul will receive a WBC ranking should beat Fury, who currently holds an unbeaten record in the sport.
On his potential ranking, Paul said to Sky Sports: “I think it’s cool if they want to rank me, that’s fine. It’s not up to me. I’m not in control of the WBC and whatever it is that they want to do.
“I’m challenging myself more than most pro fighters, all pro fighters, in their seventh fight. Most pro fighters in their seventh fight are fighting guys with losing records.
“I’m fighting now Tommy Fury, legendary bloodline, 8-0, in just my seventh fight. I’ve beaten a lot of people in sparring who are in the cruiserweight rankings so to me it makes sense. But of course, the purists are always going to be mad at me.”