Jake Paul and Andrew Tate have finally come face-to-face after exchanging insults aplenty.
Former kickboxer Tate hit back and said he would fight Paul's brother Logan for free after the Maverick expressed his interest in taking on the 'Top G'.
And it now appears as though the duo will be butting heads in the near future after Paul posted a video of he and Tate squaring up to one another on his social channels.
The duo were inside the boxing ring in the clip, which was shared on Twitter and saw Paul's Most Valuable Promotions tagged. The caption, "Negotiations", would indicate that discussions over a fight are under way.
Tate, who was banned on various social media platforms, offered Paul $3 million for a sanctioned fight back in 2021 and claimed he needed a 'reality check'.
Paul's stock has risen massively after his wins over MMA legends Ben Askren, Tyron Woodley and Anderson Silva.
After his latest win, he went big and called out Nate Diaz and Canelo Alvarez. But he has gone on record to say he didn't feel Tate would fight him or his elder brother.
"I don’t think he gets in the ring with one of us," he said on the IMPAULSIVE podcast.
"It’s too big of a risk for him. He’s 'alpha male,' right? That’s his whole entire thing.
"And when he loses - he will lose to either one of us he fights - his whole schtick and all the women will be like, 'Yeah!' and his whole schtick goes out the window."
In kickboxing, the controversial Tate boasts a 43-9 record. He also competed in MMA - one amateur bout and one professional contest in 2010 - winning both.