Jake Paul refused to commit to a future fight with Tommy Fury after he confirmed that he would take a break from boxing.
Paul was set to fight Fury in Florida until the British reality TV star passed out from a broken rib and a chest infection.
Tyron Woodley, beaten on the point by YouTuber in August, instead filled in as the replacement of late.
And the former UFC champion was brutally ejected in round six because of a massive right hand.
Paul, 24, admitted he does not know who will be his next rival for Fury, 22, but will certainly take some time off after four matches in 13 months.
He added: “I really don’t know what’s next on the roadmap. I’ve done it all, I’ve accomplished what I’ve achieved.
“I need to take a break, I’ve been going on this non-stop for a year and a half and that’s a lot.
“I’m tired, I need to spend time with my family on Christmas and go on vacation, I haven’t been on vacation since I was 18.
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“I told myself ‘until you feel like you’ve found a place in life where you deserve a vacation’ and I deserve it now.
“I’m going on my first real vacation where there’s no obligation, because I’ve been on vacations where I have to film it, vlog it, do interviews and wake up at a certain time to get to work.
“I’m going on a real vacation and doing backflips in the water—I’ll be back whenever I feel like it.”
Woodley, 39, joins YouTuber ‘AnEsonGib’, ex-NBA star Nate Robinson, 37, and retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 37, on Paul’s KO list.
And he claimed to send them to his meme collection.
I really don’t know what’s next on the roadmap. I have done it all, I have done what I want to accomplish.
Paul said: “I’ve had four big bouts, more than enough, in 13 months. No one in boxing history has done what I’ve done at this age.
“Mass pay-per-view, ousted everyone I’ve fought, the only person as active as me is Canelo, and he fights 50+.
“I turned them all into memes, that s*** is going viral all over the internet and I’m ready to fight anyone.
“It doesn’t matter if he’s a professional boxer or a five-time UFC champion, I don’t care.
“I’m really made for this and no matter what, I’m going to find a way to get the job done and that’s what I showed tonight.”