JAKE PAUL revealed his KO of Ben Askren sold 1.3million pay-per-views on Saturday night.
And the YouTube star says the bout generated a mega £47million just in PPV buys.
The 24-year-old is set to make millions more in box office money on top of his reported £500,000 fight purse.
Paul stopped Askren in round one of their Triller pay-per-view headline bout in Atlanta, Georgia.
Paul landed a simple one-two over the top and left the retired UFC fighter unable to continue in the eyes of the referee.
And a video shot ringside showed the brutality of Paul's finish as Askren was left face-flat on the canvas.
Afterwards, he said: "I told y'all I was gonna do it in the first round. I told y'all I'm a real fighter.
"I don't know how many times I've gotta prove myself that this is for real."
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Askren, 36, barely got into the fight before he hit the deck and saw the action waved off.
Paul, 24, moved to 3-0 in his boxing career since turning professional in January 2020 and dedicated the win to his bodyguard Shamir 'Shadow' Bolivar, who passed away earlier this month.
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He said: "This is for Shadow, my security guard, who passed away ten days ago.
"He told me I would knock him out in the first round. He said he had a vision, a dream.
"This has been the hardest ten days of my life. I had to hold it together to keep it going. And I'm just honoured to be here."