JAKE PAUL has already lined up his NEXT fight – just days before finally facing Tommy Fury.
The celebrity boxing rivals are at last set to meet in the ring on Sunday, after Fury, 23, twice pulled out before amid injury and US visa issues.
And it will mark the first time Paul has fought a recognised professional boxer, despite wins over ex-MMA champions.
But the YouTuber-turned prizefighter is ready to try and add one more legendary UFC name onto his winning record.
Paul revealed Nate Diaz – who left the UFC last year – is the early frontrunner to be his next opponent.
He said on The MMA Hour: "I think they're ready. I'm getting through Sunday and we're going to line that one up, ASAP.
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"Yeah, I think that's next. I think that's what the fans want, and that's who I want.
"There's been a lot of talk back and forth, we've said our stuff, but it's time to get down to business."
Paul, 26, added that summer is the target date for a fight with Diaz, 37.
He already has Ben Askren, 38, Tyron Woodley, 40, and UFC great Anderson Silva, 47, on his winning resume in the ring.