Let’s get it out of the way early. Carl Froch, the man who fought in front of 80,000 spectators at Wembley Stadium, has vowed to make a boxing return against YouTuber Jake Paul, if the American calls him out.
Paul has previously posted videos on social media calling out UFC great Conor McGregor and undefeated boxing legend Floyd Mayweather.
Both McGregor and Mayweather have ignored the online superstar, with the Notorious returning to MMA and the Pretty Boy enoying his retirement.
Paul has turned his hand to boxing and has won his first two professional fights against fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib and former NBA player Nate Robinson.
The 24-year-old, despite being in the infancy of his career, feels ready to challenge the sport’s elite.
But the likes of McGregor and Mayweather are unlikely to tarnish their reputations against the youngster.
However, former super-middleweight world champion Froch has taunted Paul to call him out.
Froch told iFL TV: “I wish he’d call me out. Easy money.
“All them YouTubers are easy money, let’s be honest. Come on, they can’t fight, they’re swinging handbags…
“Jake Paul, Logan Paul, I have got absolutely no interest at all.
“Unless they wanna call me out and I’ll go and smash them all to bits.”
Paul offered Mayweather £36million ($50m) to go toe-to-toe but the American was not interest.
Froch added: “$50million, what are you gonna do with that?
“Put it in the bank and watch it just go to the taxman and let it get diluted, it’s of no use. And, it’s risk/reward.
“Even though I think it’s an easy fight with one of them YouTubers, you’ve still got a chance of getting hurt.
“So at 43 years old, to answer your question, I wouldn’t be fighting anybody for any amount of money, including £50million.”
The Cobra then backtracked, saying: “Jack Paul: Yeah, I’d probably fight him actually. I’d probably fight him for £50million actually.”