Less than 24 hours after winning his fifth career bout with a knockout victory over Tyron Woodley, Jake Paul already has another challenger who wants to step in the ring with him. 

Former NFL running back Le’Veon Bell took to Twitter to demand a fight with Paul, claiming he’s been fighting opponents “who can’t box.”  

Bell continued to apply pressure in the hopes of getting Paul’s attention. 

Paul eventually caught wind of Bell’s remarks, and instead of accepting his challenge, he got Woodley involved. 

Woodley retweeted Paul’s message, but also personally responded to Bell. 

With a few fights under his belt, Paul made it clear during his post-fight press conference that he’s set his sights on other accomplished UFC fighters. When asked what he would say to UFC president Dana White following his latest win, Paul responded, per USA Today, “I just knocked out a five-time UFC champion and embarrassed your whole company. And please, please let me get Kamaru Usman, please let me get Diaz, please let me get Masvidal, please let me get McGregor.”

“Because I’m gonna embarrass them, too. I promise you that, Dana. I promise you that,” he concluded. 

Masvidal has since fired back, saying Paul can’t afford him, but if he wants to sign a one-fight deal to get into the Octagon, he will “break your jaw in front of the whole world.”