Jake Paul has called out Mexican superstar Saul 'Canelo' Alvarez after claiming his brother Logan beat Floyd Mayweather.
Paul - currently 3-0, if you think beating a basketball player and washed-up MMA star counts - has demanded a showdown with Canelo.
The social media influencer was ringside on Sunday night to witness Logan Paul grapple his way through eight rounds against boxing great Mayweather.
With no judges scoring the fight, the contest - jeered at the end by fans - ended in a draw.
Jake Paul taunted Mayweather by saying his record was 50-1 after being unable to knock Logan out.
Canelo mocked Mayweather's performance on social media, something which has seen Jake Paul respond.
"You can't sell pay-per-views. I would eat you alive."
Canelo - boxing's best - is a four-division world champion, the current unified super middleweight titlist and has beaten Gennadiy Golovkin and recently dispatched Billy Joe Saunders.
Meanwhile, Jake Paul has beaten YouTuber AnEsonGib, NBA player Nate Robinson and former MMA champion Ben Askren.
The 24-year-old returns on August 28 to take on Tyron Woodley, a former UFC champion.
Mayweather vs Paul - how it happened
Mayweather dominated his eight-round exhibition bout with Logan Paul in Miami on Sunday night but could not land a vital knock-out punch against the YouTube sensation.
With the lucrative pay-per-view extravaganza to be decided only by knockout, technical knockout or disqualification, the two men went the distance in a bout which Mayweather would have won if it had been scored by judges.
To his credit, the 26-year-old Paul - who has 29 million YouTube subscribers - was able to put some pressure on Mayweather - the 44-year-old former five-division champion - who came in four weight classes lighter than his opponent at 155 pounds to 189.5.
The bout began quietly and descended into something of a wrestling match in round three, before Mayweather stepped his assault up a gear.
He had Paul retreating and looking tired after landing a series of punches in round four, then looked close to finishing proceedings towards the end of the fifth with a succession of body blows.
Paul coped with the barrage, however, and stood his ground through the final three rounds to earn considerable online support and praise from his rival.
"I had a great time moving with these young guys, test my skills and just to have some fun. He's a great young fighter, tough, he's better than what I thought he was," Mayweather said.
"He's a rough competitor. I was surprised by tonight. Good work. Good guy."
Paul said of Mayweather that it was "an honour to grace the ring with him".
"I don't want anyone to tell me anything is impossible ever again. The fact that I'm in here with one of the greatest boxers of all time proves that the odds can be beat," he said.
"You never know with this guy. I might go home thinking 'Did Floyd let me survive?' He's one of the GOATS and in many ways he controls this sport, that's what makes him great."