JAKE PAUL accused KSI of being "SCARED" to fight him and vowed to finish their feud after rematching Tommy Fury.
The American was trolled by KSI following his loss Fury, the first in his seven-bout professional boxing career.
But Paul hit back on his brother Logan's podcast and urged his bitter YouTube rival to let his fists do the talking.
He said:"Talk is cheap, because with all that talk and whatever he said, he's still afraid to sign the contract.
"He can talk all that s***, but let's get in the ring, 100 per cent. Talk that s***, let's sell some f***ing pay-per-views brother.
"All things considered, I talk a lot of s***, but I back to back to back I schedule these fights and go in the ring and do them, whoever it is, anywhere, any time, any place.
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"I've backed it up and proven that and shown it. He's hot on Twitter, he's got the Twitter fingers, but when it comes to actually fighting me, you have been gone, absent, haven’t actually shown up or signed the contract.
"So, talk is cheap and let's just hope he gets into the ring and we can settle all of the s*** talk there, after I go back and avenge this loss with Tommy Fury.
"I'm KSI's end goal, but for me there's bigger fights out there, it's just a pit stop."
Paul, 26, was linked with an end of year grudge match to finally settle his score with KSI, 29, between the ropes.
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But the plan looks to have been shelved with the YouTuber-turned boxer set to rematch Fury, 23, in the summer.
KSI heaped surprise praise on Fury, who was left in tears after his split-decision victory over Paul in Saudi Arabia.
He said: “Fair play to Tommy. He’d been tormented for two years straight.
"Being called 'Tommy Fumbles', everyone saying he was trash, saying he’s not a real boxer, saying he’s not going to be able to beat Jake Paul, saying he’s going to buckle under the pressure.
"But you know what, he came into that ring and slapped up Jake Paul.”
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