Despite losing his rematch to KSI last year, YouTuber Logan Paul is already on the hunt for a new opponent to face.
While KSI made it clear a trilogy fight is not on the cards, it looks like former New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown could be the next man to step inside the ring with Paul.
When discussing potential challengers on the KFC Radio podcast, Logan said he would absolutely love to take on Brown.
"Antonio Brown, I want to f--k you up," Logan said on the KFC Radio podcast.
The free agent didn't take long to respond, seemingly accepting the challenge through his Twitter account.
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"Square up @LoganPaul" was all the tweet said.
Paul replied: "i'd drop you faster than the Patriots"
Whilst most have an appetite for the bout, some of Brown's followers called him out for trying to become relevant again by fighting the YouTuber.
One user wrote: "This makes me sad - a once dominant elite athlete working a contrived YouTube angle for attention and online fight to make pennies compared to what an NFL contract would pay you.... Get your s--t together AB and get back on the field. Leave this Logan Paul nonsense to kids...."
Brown has had a difficult and controversial year.
Starting the NFL season as the Raiders' top signing, the 31-year-old was dropped by the team after drama surrounding the use of his preferred helmet, which the NFL wouldn't clear for use.
After being picked up by the New England Patriots, Brown was cut again just days later after allegations of sexual assault were brought by his former trainer.
In the latest slap to Brown's ego, betting odds for the potential fight have Paul the heavy favourite.
Despite the bout being far from confirmed, streaming service DAZN, who showed Paul's rematch with KSI, tweeted out a teaser for the potential event.
After a draw and a defeat to KSI, a loss against Antonio Brown could mark the end of Logan Paul's venture into the boxing ring.News Now - Sport News