Tyson Fury and Deontay Wilder left their best battle in the third and final fight of their trilogy series.
The boxing world was left guessing which way it would go until Fury delivered a knockout in round 11 of the heavyweight contest.
The Brit made the first defence of his WBC crown and has gone on to claim he is the best of his era, something which can't be argued with following two wins over Wilder and Wladimir Klitschko in 2015.
There is now talk of Dillian Whyte being the next opponent for the "Gypsy King" - as long as he beats Otto Wallin. Whyte, Oleksandr Usyk, Anthony Joshua and Andy Ruiz Jr. are just some of the names to be mentioned for Fury going forward.
However, according to Jake Paul, Fury may have earned the right to fight him after his recent win.
In a cheeky Tweet, Paul said: "I think Tyson Fury might have finally earned that chance to fight me."
Paul vs Fury close
While a bout with Tyson Fury is out of the equation, one Fury who is expected to fight Jake Paul is Tommy Fury.
The light heavyweight - who is more known for his appearance on ITV's reality show Love Island rather than boxing - is close to agreeing on a deal to face the YouTuber.
"At the moment we're working through the terms, we're quite close and I'm hoping we can get it over the line," said Hall of Fame promoter Frank Warren when speaking to IFLTV.
"It's a great fight for Tommy. It's a very lucrative fight for him. Financially how can you not turn that down?
"I think he wins it. It's captured everyone's imagination, it's all they were talking about out in the States. Hopefully, we will finish it off this week and we can move forward. It'll be in late November, December."