Jake Paul announced his fight against Tommy Fury in Tampa on December 18.
The YouTuber and the British contender have confirmed that they will finally make the ring this year after a long feud on social media.
Paul wrote on Twitter: “Pucker up Timmy, time to kiss your last name goodbye to your family’s boxing legacy.”
The American superstar kicked off his boxing career, extending his unbeaten record to four wins after defeating Tyrone Woodley in a split decision in August.
Fury, who fought on Paul’s bottom card against Woodley, was also undefeated and earned his seventh victory with a points win over Anthony Taylor.
The feuding duo clashed at the press conference, with Paul saying, “When I’m confident in my skill, I’m already thinking about the next opponent.
“Why do you think this guy is sitting behind me now?”
Fury replied to Paul, “It’s your time. Don’t say my name out of that trash mouth.”
Paul replied, “When you know what’s going to happen, it’s easy. This is an easy sport.”