Jake Paul has listed an updated version of his "boxing bucket list" that includes a fight with UFC boss Dana White.
Paul revealed a 13-man "hit list" of opponents he wanted to fight earlier this year, with the likes of Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz appearing on the list.
But fresh off of his knockout win over Tyron Woodley in their rematch last weekend, the undefeated Paul has published a new list of opponents he wants to face in the ring.
Along with UFC supremo White, current and former boxers Canelo Alvarez, Floyd Mayweather, Mike Tyson and Tyson "Furry" were the names on the list.
Paul – who picked up his fifth professional win against Woodley – has traded words with all five names on his new list, apart from former heavyweight champion Tyson.
The 24-year-old has scolded White in the past for "underpaying" UFC fighters and not allowing them to compete in other organisations.
He pleaded with White last week to allow UFC stars such as McGregor, Diaz and Jorge Masvidal to escape their current deals and fight him in boxing.
Moving on to Alvarez, Paul issued a warning to the pound-for-pound No.1 after knocking out Woodley, telling him: "I hope you're training."
Alvarez is set to move up to cruiserweight for his next fight after winning the undisputed titles at super middleweight last month.
Paul has previously criticised Alvarez but recently admitted he has a newfound respect for the boxing great and thinks in a different life they would be friends.
Now-retired five-weight world champion Mayweather had a run-in with Paul before the ring legend fought his brother Logan earlier this year.
The pair got in each other's faces at a pre-fight press conference with Paul stealing Mayweather's hat and trying to run away with it.
A brawl erupted between the pair with an irate Mayweather even threatening to "kill" Paul for disrespecting him.
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The only name on Paul's list who he hasn't bad-mouthed is former undisputed heavyweight king Tyson.
Tyson – who returned to the ring last year in an exhibition with Roy Jones Jr – was linked to a fight with Paul's brother earlier this year, but the fight never materialised.
'Iron Mike' has previously admitted he would never want to knockout Paul because his family loves the YouTube star too much.
Paul and current WBC heavyweight champion Fury traded words when Paul was set to fight the Brit's brother Tommy Fury earlier this month.
Fury initially praised Paul's move over to boxing, but has changed his mind on the YouTube star labelling him a "p****" and threatening to "kick him in the balls".
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