Jake Paul is set to make his WWE debut this weekend, a week after moving to 6-0 as a professional boxer.
The Problem Child beat UFC legend Anderson Silva via unanimous decision in a eight-round contest in Glendale, Arizona.
Afterwards, he called out both Nate Diaz and Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez as he looks for future opponents inside the ring.
But Paul will now his turn his attentions to the wrestling ring as according to Mike Johnson of PWInsider, he is to be involved in WWE's Crown Jewel pay-per-view.
The event takes place in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia on Saturday 5 November and Paul's older brother Logan is in the main event.
In just his third match with the company, the 27-year-old takes on Roman Reigns for the Undisputed WWE Universal Title.
Reigns has been champion for over nearly 800 days and is flanked by 'The Bloodline - consisting of real-life cousins, Jimmy, Jey Uso and Solo Sikoa, as well as 'Honorary Uce' Sami Zayn.
He also has Paul Heyman working him as "special counsel". But it appears as though the elder Paul will also have family in his corner, in a big boost.
Jake's appearance was hinted in a recent WWE investors call and now looks set to play a part at Mrsool Park.
The 25-year-old was a guest on the Wrestlemania 38 pre-show and looked like a natural on the microphone.
Speaking ahead of his brother's huge bout, Paul told Sports Illustrated: "It's crazy, so crazy Logan has this match. I'm so proud of him. It's surreal he has this opportunity, and it's serendipitous that his event and my event are happening on back-to-back weekends. We're taking over the world. We're the next Kardashians."
Paul made his WWE in-ring debut at Wrestlemania 38 when he teamed with The Miz against Rey and Dominick Mysterio, before returning with a stunning win and performance at Summerslam after the A-Lister turned on him.
He's signed a lucrative, multi-year, multi-event deal and has already made a smooth transition to life inside the squared circle.
He had hinted about getting some help from his "badass" brother, business partner KSI and Impaulsive podcast buddies for the Reigns showdown, telling SPORTbible: "I gotta pay my people to show up and have my back."
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