Jake Paul has offered Dustin Poirier his $100,000 custom-made Conor McGregor chain following their clash last night. You can check out the erm... unusual piece of jewellery here:
Poirier took the win last night, after McGregor sustained a suspected broken leg and a doctor called an end to the fight.
Last night's UFC 264 was the third time the pair have fought - and with Poirier coming out victorious, it gives him two consecutive wins over McGregor.
In January, Poirier defeat McGregor with a technical knockout and YouTuber-turned boxer Jake Paul decided to immortalise the moment with a one-off, diamond encrusted necklace showing McGregor hunched over after his Fight Island loss.
Showing off the necklace on Instagram earlier this week, Paul said: "All right, check it. My new $100,000 Nyquil McGregor, Sleepy McGregor chain. Thank you Benny Da Jeweller. Let's go."
He went on: "Don't go sleepy, sleepy. Good night, McGregor. F**k you, b***h."
Following Poirier's win last night, Paul took to Twitter to offer the fancy bit of jewellery to the victor.
Sharing a photo of the incredibly detailed pendant Paul wrote: "Aye @DustinPoirier want me to ship this to you? $100k gift from me. I think you deserve it. Lmk [let me know]."
Paul attended the fight in Las Vegas last night, wearing the chain, and posted a flurry of tweets about McGregor.
In one he announced he was revising his $50 million offer to McGregor for a fight to just $23.
Earlier this week, Paul vowed to 'expose' McGregor for the 'fraud he really is'.
In a tweet after the dramatic UFC 264 press conference.
Paul wrote: "You can tell Conor has lost 'it'.
"He no longer speaks from a place of authenticity & you can tell he's trying to convince himself of his own lies
"He takes offense to everything now.
"He's bathing in his own insecurities.
"When we fight I will further expose him for the fraud he is."
Meanwhile, McGregor has refused to rule out a potential fight with Paul.
Speaking to News.com.au earlier this month, McGregor was asked if he'd ever consider fighting Paul or his brother Logan Paul, to which he replied: "I don't think so.
"Never say never, if they're going to keep competing and whatnot, who knows? They're dingbats, the two of them."Featured Image Credit: PA