JAKE PAUL posed with a tiger on a LEAD during his time in Dubai – where his grudge fight with Tommy Fury edged closer.
The YouTuber-turned boxer is coming off the biggest win of his career, beating 47-year-old UFC legend Anderson Silva in October.
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He then travelled to Saudi Arabia to support his brother Logan in the WWE before making the trip to Dubai.
Paul took some time out and showed off his trip online, including selfies with a monkey and driving a red Ferrari.
The American also took a leaf out of Mike Tyson’s book by posing with a tiger, with the heavyweight famously having white bengals as pets.
Paul finished his time in Dubai as a special guest commentator when Fury boxed late replacement Rolly Lambert in an exhibition.
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He heckled from ringside and the two later clashed post-fight with security having to restrain them with their rivalry hit new heights.
Fury’s dad and coach John claimed to have shaken hands with Paul’s manager Nakisa Bidarian for a fight date in February.
Paul publicly stated online that he is ready to travel to the UK to face Fury at the third time of asking.
And he insisted he has no problem crossing enemy territory to finally commence battle – so long as he receives a signed contact within a week.
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Paul, 25, tweeted: “I agree to fight Tommy in Manchester or London in February.
“I’ll come to his country, no more running. His baby is due then and you’ve said it’s no issue.
“Since John is adamant we’ve agreed, I am giving you seven days to present a signed contract by Tommy or I’m moving on.”
Twice the famous boxing foes have signed to fight but both times Fury, 23, was withdrawn.
He suffered a rib injury last December and then was pulled out in the rehashed date in August amid a US visa issue, which still persists.
Promoter Frank Warren reckons the seven-day deadline is enough time to get a deal over the line.
Warren said on talkSPORT: “It will probably be in late February or March.
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“The reason why it didn’t go [before], the contracts were all signed, because of the problems he had with the US immigration.
“We are all past that now. Jake is up for coming over here and we have to get the deal finalised in the next week or so.”