JAKE PAUL was quick to taunt Conor McGregor after defeat to Dustin Porier - as he withdrew his $50million fight offer.
McGregor was emphatically knocked out on his UFC comeback, as Poirier upset the odds in round two.
And while the result sent shockwaves around the world, YouTuber Paul took the opportunity to mock the UFC star and claimed he would now only offer him $10,000.
He said: "Conor, ay, ay, Conor - I got $10,000 for you cash, cash baby.
"You had $50million!"
Paul has relentlessly pursued a boxing match with the Irishman, sending several viral call outs.
And while on Tyson's Hotboxin podcast, he questioned why McGregor rematched Dustin Poirier, who he beat in 2014 already.
But legendary heavyweight Iron Mike was quick to tell Paul that the Irishman, a former two-weight UFC champion, is not afraid of the fight.
Paul, 24, said: "I called out Conor McGregor while the whole entire world was watching.
"He's fighting a guy, Dustin Poirier, who's 5'9, 155-pounds, who he TKO'd already in one round.
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"He's fighting him again, why?"
Tyson, 54, then interrupts: "You know Conor's not afraid of you, right?"
Paul replied: "I don't give a s*** if he's afraid of me, you don't have to be afraid of someone to get your ass beat.
"There's a $50million offer, proof of funds in the bank account waiting for him."
Tyson uploaded the clip, and captioned the post: "𝙎𝙞𝙜𝙣 𝙩𝙝𝙚 𝙙𝙤𝙩𝙩𝙚𝙙 𝙡𝙞𝙣𝙚 @TheNotoriousMMA…"
Paul is 2-0 is his boxing career having turned pro in 2020, and recently knocked out retired NBA player Nate Robinson.
His next fight is set for April 17, with an opponent yet to be confirmed.
McGregor, 32, lost his boxing debut to Floyd Mayweather, 43, in 2017, but is in talks to return to the ring to face Manny Pacquiao, 42, this year.
But that crossover fight has now taken a massive blow following McGregor's third UFC loss.
On the week of his return, the southpaw was asked about Paul's repeated callouts.
McGregor said: "That is what it is. We'll see what happens. That's it. He seems like a confused little kid to me, to be honest.
"Now, he’s willing to get in, so we don’t know what’ll happen. It's not on the radar at the minute with the young lad.
"I know him and Dillon [Danis] have been back and forth, so you never know. But I'm excited to see. Fair play to them."