JAKE PAUL showed off his hulking physique as he continued his preparation for this Sunday's clash with Tommy Fury.
The grudge match is finally set to happen this weekend after two previous cancellations.
Paul, 26, usually trains out of Puerto Rico for his fights in the States.
But with Sunday's bout taking place in Saudi Arabia, the Problem Child has moved his camp to Dubai, around 700 miles away from the venue.
The American has gotten himself into incredible shape for this bout by working as hard as ever in the gym.
Training for his fight with Fury, Paul has been seen sparring, shadow boxing and working the battle ropes, used to improve conditioning.
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And he feels great gratitude towards the gym's owner Umar Kamani.
Kamani, 34, is the founder of clothing brand PrettyLittleThing.
He runs his own gym, The Kamani Club – and has previously opened his doors to the likes of Anthony Joshua and Floyd Mayweather.
The Kamani Club does have a link to Paul's opponent, with Fury's partner Molly-Mae a creative partner for PrettyLittleThing.
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Nevertheless, Paul has been satisfied with his camp, even giving Kamani a gift to show off his gratitude.
Kamani wrote on Instagram: "A great camp at @thekamaniclub wishing both fighters the best of luck and thanks for the great energy and gift @jakepaul 🥊"
In his accompanying post, Kamani posed alongside Paul and a framed Erling Haaland shirt.
The Problem Child is a known football fan… although he supports Liverpool, rather than Haaland's Man City.
Adding even more fuel to the fire ahead of the fight, Paul claimed that Fury's dad John is making him a "worse fighter".
The YouTuber-tuned-boxer was called out by a topless Big John in November – with the 58-year-old later warning that son Tommy will have his rival "leaving on a stretcher".
Speaking about his rival's coaching situation, Paul said: "I’m getting 33 per cent better each year, because I’ve only been boxing three years.
"I am increasing exponentially, whereas Tommy's done it for 12 years, so how much can his skill level really improve?
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"He’s really stuck in his ways of how he is as a boxer, especially with his dad training him.
"He’s worked with other trainers who are way better, but his dad is actually hindering him and making him a worse fighter."
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