TYSON FURY was left giggling after Jake Paul vowed to make him disown his younger brother Tommy.
Paul travelled to London after announcing the latest rescheduling of his grudge match with Fury, on February 26 in Saudi Arabia.
And the celebrity boxing rivals went face-to-face for the very first time and were forced apart by security after a fiery exchange.
Fury’s heavyweight champion brother Tyson, 34, was sat ringside at Wembley Arena, where Anthony Yarde, 31, was beaten by Artur Beterbiev, 38.
And he warned his younger brother must change his name and stay in Saudi if he fails to secure bragging rights next month.
But former TV actor Paul, 26, warned it mounts massive pressure of Fury, 23, as he vowed to bury his boxing career in the desert.
He said: “He’s going to get knocked out by a Disney star, plain and simple, that’s it.
“You’ll see, you’ll see who the real professional boxer is. All these critics, all these people saying, ‘Fight a real boxer.’ Here we go.
“Tommy has so much to lose, his family is going to disown him when I knock him the f*** out, plain and simple, that’s it.
“Sorry Tyson, I love you but it’s over for your brother.”
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Fury has twice pulled out of fighting Paul, with a rib injury and then a US visa issue.
The travel woe still persists today and as a result has brought the pair over to the Middle East.
Paul has knocked out ex-MMA champions Ben Askren, 38, Tyron Woodley, 40, and Anderson Silva, 47, in his 6-0 career.
But 8-0 Fury will be the first opponent he has faced with a recognised professional boxing record.
He told Paul: “I’ve beaten better people than you when I was 14 in the amateurs. I will school you. I’m not an MMA guy.
“I was beating people better than you when I was 14, when you was messing about on Disney Channel, so don’t come round here pretending you’re about it when you’re not.”