Jake Paul this morning took to Twitter to ask his followers – 'Who should I retire next?'
The tweet came just hours after the YouTuber, 24, knocked out former UFC star Ben Askren inside the first round of their exhibition bout.
Askren was knocked down by a swift right-hand from Paul, before the referee stopped the bout as he climbed back to his feet.
Asked after the fight if that was the end of his fighting career, the 36-year-old said he would go home and coach wrestlers.
Paul then hopped on social media to reply to a clip of the interview, basking in the glory of his early knockout.
Askren was also asked how he was feeling about the 'undeserved' abuse he would receive from fans after his brutal defeat.
But the former Olympian disagreed with the statement, claiming the teasing was justified.
"It's probably deserved. I got knocked out by Jake Paul!" he said.
"It's f****** embarrassing."
As for Paul, the 24-year-old YouTube sensation was jubilant after his emphatic win.
"I'm going to do whatever I want, I feel like I'm living in a dream right now," he said.
"I've had so much on my mind for the last 10 days and I've had to hold it together. I've dealt with allegations, death… the list goes on.
Jake Paul knocks out Ben Askren as he takes step towards Conor McGregor fight
"I don't know what's next for me, I've fought three times, talked a lot of s***, I'm going to enjoy my life for a second."
Askren took part in the Olympics back in 2008 as a wrestler before moving into MMA in the years after.
The American was a Bellator champion and also had a spell in the UFC which ended with two defeats, one of which was against Jorge Masvidal inside five seconds.
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