Jake Paul has been kicked out by cruiserweight world champion Maris Breedes… after the Latvian got the YouTuber’s name tattooed on his thigh.
The 36-year-old is a three-time world champion and currently holds the IBF title at £200.
The Latvian leads 28-1 in his professional career.
His only defeat came in 2018 against Anthony Joshua’s winner, Oleksandr Usik.
Byrdes now wants to face YouTuber-turned-boxer Paul in a fascinating bout.
And he’s even willing to put ink on his body to try to do the same.
The veteran fighter has revealed a new tattoo of Jake’s name.
It reads ‘Jake’s Bad Deed’ and goes down his left thigh.
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The tattoo also features an angry looking bull with red eyes.
As he inked on it, Byrdes records himself calling out Paul.
When the camera zoomed in on his thigh, Byrdis said: “Hey Jake, I have something for you.
“Jake, it’s your turn now.”
This isn’t the first time Byrdes has called the problem child.
Back in May his agent Kallar Sauerland offered 24-year-old Paul a shot at his client’s belt.
He wrote on Twitter: “Hey Jake Paul – happy to arrange for you to take a shot at Maris Byrdie’s belt, only stipulation that you have to quit boxing if you lose… Deal?”
Tommy Fury remains determined to be Paul’s next opponent, even after pulling out of his scheduled bout due to injury last month.
But Paul has teased a move to MMA, posting a clip of himself practicing a leg kick while tagging Bellator and the PFL.