JAKE PAUL revealed his 'long list of opponents' to fight include Conor McGregor and Tommy Fury, as he said: 'I want all the smoke'.
The YouTuber is 3-0 in his career, all by knockout, and faces ex-UFC champion Tyron Woodley next, on Sunday, August 29.
But Paul, 24, is already thinking ahead and is not short of confidence with plans to go after some of the biggest names in the fight game.
He said on Mike Majlak Vlogs: "I have a long list of opponents. The Furys, the McGregors, the Diazs, the Canelos.
"I want all the smoke."
Paul's loft ambitions come ahead of his biggest challenge to date against Woodley, 39, who reigned as UFC welterweight king from 2016-2018.
Up until now, the social media star has faced limited opposition in online rival 'AnEsonGib', ex-NBA player Nate Robinson, 36, and Ben Askren, 36.
But he has beaten them all in brutal fashion and remains persistent in going after the UFC's biggest stars.
Paul offered McGregor, 33, $50million in January before he was knocked out by Dustin Poirier, 32, in their rematch.
But after McGregor suffered a horror leg break in his trilogy bout with Poirier, Paul, who was cageside, put his offer down to just $23.
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Diaz, 36, meanwhile has one fight left on his UFC deal, and his training partner confirmed to SunSport there is interest in fighting the celebrity.
But boxing's pound-for-pound star Canelo, 30, has little time for Paul, who claimed he wanted to face the Mexican in just three years time.
He has held talks in the past with Fury, 22, the half-brother of unbeaten heavyweight champ Tyson, 32, who starred on Love Island in 2019.
But the fight appears to be shelved in order to let their rivalry build.
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