Jake Paul has been challenged by Vitor Belfort who called him out to a sensational winner-take-all fight following his drubbing of Evander Holyfield.
Former UFC champion Belfort, 44, smashed boxing legend Holyfield, 58, in a single round of their main-event bout on Triller: Fight Club in Florida.
And 'The Phenom' wasted no time in calling out his next opponent as he challenged 'The Problem Child' to a stipulated contest.
He proposed a $25 million winner-take-all clash.
Speaking after destroying Holyfield, he said: "We've got $25 million, the winner takes all.
"Let's go! Hey Jake Paul, stop running from me, man! I'm gonna teach you a lesson! You can be my kid, you're gonna meet daddy over here at Triller!
"Stop running! You're a little b**ch!"
Triller promoter Ryan Kavanaugh, though, raised the stakes - increasing the proposed amount to $30 million.
"$30m, winner takes all. If Jake says no, we know why," he said.
Paul is no stranger to the Triller promotion having fought under their banner twice. He fought on the undercard of Mike Tyson's comeback against Nate Robinson.
He then headlined his own show against former UFC contender Ben Askren.
The 24-year-old is now contracted with Showtime, where he beat Tyron Woodley earlier this month.
Will Paul accept Belfort's offer? Watch this space.
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