Jake Paul is on the hunt for his next opponent after knocking out Ben Askren in the first round of their fight on Saturday, and has joked that he wants to fight Conor McGregor's recent foe Dustin Poirier next.
Paul dispatched Askren with ease at the Mercedes Benz Stadium in Atlanta.
Afterwards, rumours began swirling over his next opponent, with various fighters vying for the opportunity after learning Askren had earned $500,000 for his one minute of action.
Poirier called for him to take on UFC star Mike Perry next, but Paul had a well-timed response.
The YouTube star posted a video from what appeared to be the aftermath of a sparring session, in which Perry said: "You kicked my a**".
Paul tweeted: "He was light work. In his own words 'you kicked my a**'.
"I want to see Jake Paul vs Dustin Prober."
Speaking after beating Askren, Paul downplayed suggestions he will fight a professional boxer next.
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He said: "I don't know, man. I'm going to do whatever I want.
"I don't know what's next for me.
"I've been going for 14 months fighting three times, I talked a lot of s**t, I don't know what's next.
"I'm going to just enjoy my life for a minute.
On the prospect of fighting either Joe Fournier, Dillon Danis or Tyron Woodley, Paul had a typically brash response.
He replied: "I honestly don't know who any of those people are. Please don't ask me any dumb questions."
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