Jake and Logan Paul urged to secure fights with UFC stars Nate and Nick Diaz

Controversial siblings Jake and Logan Paul have been told to face Nick and Nate Diaz and secure a sensational battle of the brothers deal.

The YouTube duo have become two of the most polarising and divisive figures in boxing.

Jake is set to fight Tommy Fury – the younger brother of world heavyweight champion Tyson – on December 18 in Tampa, Florida. He has called out UFC star Nate Diaz before.

Paul and former UFC champion Tyron Woodley fought in a fully-sanctioned professional boxing match when they met in August, with the YouTuber star earning a split-decision victory that frustrated many online.

There is another link between the two families, as Jake’s former sparring Anthony Taylor – who was defeated by Fury on the undercard of Paul versus Woodley in August – is set to clash with Diaz’s former teammate Chris Avila.

Taylor believes the Pauls would defeat the Diaz brothers in a sensational two-fight deal.

“I’m not worried about Nate or Nick,” Taylor told SunSport. “I’ll let Jake and Logan handle that if it needs to be.

“The Paul brothers versus the Diaz brothers.

“But what I can say I’m interested in would be fighting Jake Shields or Gilbert Melendez, Team Paul versus Team Diaz.”

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The older Paul brother, Logan, has boxed just three times before, taking on online rival KSI with the first contest being a white collar bout that ended in a draw back in 2018.

The 26-year-old lost the professional rematch via split decision, but Paul secured an incredible deal to fight Floyd Mayweather in Miami back in June.

Their bout went the distance and no winner was declared.

The controversial content creator is now believed to be in talks with Mike Tyson, who made his comeback last November against Roy Jones Jr.

Jake has found more success in the ring and is 4-0 with wins over YouTuber 'AnEsonGib', ex-NBA star Nate Robinson, as well as former UFC pair Ben Askren and Woodley.

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Taylor was his sparring partner before fights with ex-MMA champions Askren and Woodley.

Taylor will feature once again on the bill when Paul takes on Fury in December, taking on Avila who he defeated in the cage last year.

“Jake’s manager Nakisa hit me up and said, ‘Hey, what do you know about Chris Avila?” said Taylor.

“And I’m like, ‘Well, me and Chris Avila don’t like each other’. I beat him up in Bellator and Nate didn’t like the fact I beat him up and was showboating.

“So Nakisa was like, ‘Look, I want you to fight Chris Avila, I think it will be a good win for you and a good fight’.”

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