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KSI has named five potential opponents for his next huge boxing fight after easily dispatching two fighters in one night.
The YouTuber dominated Swarmz with a KO victory in round two, before taking out professional boxer Luis Alcaraz Pineda just a few hours later.
His opponents on this occasion didn’t look to be on ‘The Nightmare’s’ level, and as such KSI was quick to shoot his shot on five potential next opponents - revealing he’ll be back in action in January.
Following his second fight at The O2 Arena, he said: "Slim looks good. I want a piece of that. Austin vs Gib, I want the winner of that. Andrew Tate, I want a piece of that. Tommy Fury, I want a piece of that."
Yet, the one name everyone was waiting for him to call out didn’t come.
Jake Paul was evidently missing from KSI’s five-point opponent plan, leading to questions over whether next year’s potentially huge matchup will actually go ahead.
Unsurprisingly, the younger Paul brother was quick to take the lack of a call out as a win in his books.
He tweeted: “Smart man KSI is not calling me out. He knows the truth.”
Smart man KSI is not calling me out. He knows the truth.— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) August 27, 2022
The internet sensation earlier quipped that one of his past opponents, Nate Robinson, would’ve beaten his rival KSI.
KSI’s two matchups left a lot to be desired despite the knockout victories.
Both matchups were planned to just go three rounds, a ruling that left Paul blasting his rival.
Paul tweeted: “This can’t be real? Each 'fight' is 3 rounds? And he gets a 3hr break in between! Hahahahaha.
"It’s way easier than one 6 round fight. KSI & Minions Boxing doing the fans dirty with this fake s***. Mislead after mislead."
Not one to shy away from a Twitter feud, KSI responded: “Was wondering when you were gonna pipe up. You must be so sad and bored on your a***, having no event happening.
"Still fighting a pro boxer before you, and you had 3 year head start. Plus how you gonna talk when you ain’t fought 2 people in one night?"
To which Paul replied: "You are fighting a nice young man from Mexico in a 3 round exhibition. Be real. No such thing as a 3 round pro fight."
Jake Paul and KSI had agreed to a big-money fight at Wembley Stadium earlier in the month on Twitter.
However, the latest interaction seems to indicate that nothing has been pencilled in.