Now that he has gone eight rounds with the greatest boxer of a generation, Logan Paul fancies his chances against heavyweight's youngest world champion.
You heard right.
Paul, who went the full distance with Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition bout earlier this month, has revealed he is interested in fighting Mike Tyson next.
In fact, on his "Impaulsive" podcast, Paul, 26, laughed off a suggestion that he could lose to Tyson, 54.
"One great at a time," Paul said.
"My lawyer mentioned it," Paul continued, "and he's like, 'No, Tyson will rip your head off. You don't stand a chance.'
"I'm like, 'Bro, I just went through all of this. You can't tell me I can't beat Mike Tyson.' Bro, he's old, old."
The YouTuber is 6'2" and came in at 189.5lbs against Mayweather while Tyson, at 5'10", looked shredded against Roy Jones Jr. in his 2020 comeback and weighed in at 220lbs.
Tyson is regarded as one of the greatest heavyweight fighters of all-time.
Roy Jones Jr. vs Anderson Silva?
Over the weekend, the exhibition circus continued. In a shock win, UFC great Anderson Silva defeated Julio Cesar Chavez Jr. via split-decision at the ripe age of 46.
Logan's younger brother Jake Paul is back in action against former MMA world champion Tyron Woodley on August 24 and wants Silva on the undercard.
"Would be an honor to have him vs Roy Jones Jr on the same card as Tyron and I," Jake Paul tweeted.
"This is completely different," Anderson said after beating Chavez Jr.
"You can't compare. You come to Mexico, it's a traditional sport here. You're doing a big show for the whole Mexican people.
"I'm emotional right now. It's completely different. I can't compare," Anderson added.