JAKE PAUL called out Nate Diaz and Jorge Masvidal by promising to 'f*** them up' following his brutal knockout of Tyron Woodley.
Woodley, who was beaten by Paul on points in August, replaced Tommy Fury on less than two weeks' notice for a rematch in Florida.
But the ex-UFC champion was savagely KO'd in round six of their rematch with a massive right hand.
Fury, 22, withdrew from the celebrity grudge match with a broken rib and chest infection.
And it appears Paul, 24, is ready to move on as he put his focus on Masvidal, 37, and Diaz, 36, who were both ringside in Tampa.
He said: "Masvidal and Nate Diaz, y'all are some bitches for leaving this arena.
"Because I know you don't want that s***. I'll take out both of y'all next.
"Just get out of your contracts with daddy Dana [White] and I'mma f*** them up too.
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"Anyone, anytime, any place. It's every f***ing day, bro."
With the pair both contracted to the UFC, they would need permission from the company to fight in the boxing ring.
Only Irish superstar Conor McGregor, 33, received the the green light to do so – for his loss at the hands of boxing legend Floyd Mayweather in 2017.
Diaz has only one fight left on his UFC deal and was at the arena to watch his team-mate Chris Avila, 28, beat Paul's former sparring partner Anthony Taylor, 32.
In Paul's first three fights, he beat YouTuber 'AnEsonGib', ex-NBA player Nate Robinson, 37, and retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, also 37.
He has since followed it up with consecutive wins over Woodley and was left on cloud nine after the rematch KO.
Paul said: "It's gotta be the greatest moment of my life; look at the year I just had… unprecedented.
"One of the most valuable boxers in the sport. Four fights, four massive pay-per-views in 13 months.
"I've knocked out every single person that I've fought."
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