Tyson Fury wants a rematch with Deontay Wilder and he's offered to settle his rivalry in Times Square.
Wilder's fresh off recording his 41st professional victory over the weekend. He brutally stopped Dominic Breazeale in the very first round to defend his WBC heavyweight title.
Unfortunately, the unbeaten-American won't be facing Fury next.
He's expected to fight Luis Ortiz but the self-proclaimed 'Gypsy King' is eager to run it back with Wilder, while challenging him to a bare knuckle fight.
"Wilder is a bum, he's got a puncher's chance - that's it," he said. "Like I said, Wilder is a massive dosser, and he works for me.
"That's all Wilder is, he's a big dosser, bum city - hashtag anytime, any place, anywhere. When we fight again, I promise he'll be looking at the stars.
"Deontay Wilder, go suck my nuts. If you want to do anything about it, come and fight me. If he's got anything to say, come see me.
"We'll have a bare knuckle fight in Times Square this evening."
Meanwhile, Fury's slated to return to the ring on June 15 when he takes on Tom Schwarz following a controversial draw with Wilder back in December.
Wilder dropped Fury twice during their championship bout with the judges scoring the fight a split decision draw.
The lineal heavyweight champion is hellbent on rematching Wilder and he's confident in striking a deal with his Team.
"The fight has to happen," he added.
"This rematch has got to happen, but it won't happen in June, July or August of this year.
"This fight is more likely to happen in March [or] April of next year.
"I have no idea [why March or April], those are just the dates I've been given."
Wilder vs. Fury II in 2020? Watch this space.