Jake Paul hit out at Tommy Fury during a foul-mouthed post-match interview after knocking out Tyron Woodley out on Sunday.
The YouTuber-turned-boxer sent Woodley to the canvas in the sixth round following a firm right hand, knocking him out cold to extend his professional record to 5-0.
Paul had initially been set to face Fury before the Brit was forced to withdraw from the fight after breaking his rib during training, with Woodley stepping in as a last minute replacement.
After the match, Paul praised his opponent for agreeing to the bout on such short notice, and laid into Fury, accusing him of dodging the fight following weeks of accusing him of faking his injury.
"Tommy Fury is a b**** and he backed out of the fight, Paul told Ariel Helwani in the ring.
"[Woodley] is a real fighter, a real dog and a warrior.
Paul was cut above his right eye in the third round, and looked to in trouble, though Woodley failed to capitalise.
The 24-year-old then edged his way back into the contest before landing the knockout blow two rounds later.
"This is as real as it f***ing gets, just like my right hand," Paul stressed.
"I told you I was going to f*** him up and I f***** him up!
"This guy is a legend, don't take anything from his career as a UFC champion and respect him for taking this fight on two weeks' notice."
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"It was a tough fight," Paul continues. "The blood was getting in my eye from when he elbowed me.
"He threw me on the ground, fought dirty, headbutted, but it is what it is.
"I knew what I was doing, I was setting up the shot the whole fight and he didn't see it coming.
"He was catching, catching, catching came around and 'good morning'!"
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