If you thought there couldnt be any more punches thrown before the boxing match between Logan Paul and KSI, then think again.
The 25-year-old YouTuber KSI has just gone and hit back at Logan Pauls diss video by upping the beef and suggesting another option on the betting site Betway.
Taking aim at his rival, the star shared a picture of his request for Logans gal Chloe Bennet to throw in the towel when the pair go head-to-head on Saturday night.
KSI tweeted the betslip to his 4.44 millions followers with the caption easy money, and it has been reported that the site has since been inundated with similar requests.
Fans of the pair replied to KSI with mixed views of who they thought was going to win.
One wrote: More like send in the paramedics for @LoganPaul.
Another added: This fight has got me more nervous than collecting my results tomorrow.
Someone else said: My milk expires the same day Logan Pauls career does.
Paul fans hit back, however, when they started adding bets such as Logan to win with his third punch (33/1) and to call out Conor McGregor after the fight (5/1).
Speaking to London Post Betways Alan Alger said: Not only is the KSI v Logan Paul fight huge for their massive YouTube following, its also proving a revelation with the betting industry and weve been inundated with #betyourway requests.
KSIs tweet of a betslip containing the odds of Logan Pauls girlfriend throwing in the towel has sparked a wave of interest in other things that might occur on the night and our traders are now very busy indeed!
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He added: Theres little form to go on in terms of wholl come out on top, but KSI has been marginally better backed and is our 4/5 favourite for the fight.
The pair have been taunting each other ever since announcing the match earlier this year.
Just recently they have both released diss tracks about one another, revving up the big boxing match set to take place in Manchester, on Saturday 25 August.
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