Britain's KSI won his rematch against fellow YouTube personality Logan Paul in Las Vegas on a split decision and insists there won't be a third bout.
The fight at the Staples Center was won by the Watford product in a split decision, with two of the three judges siding with him.
The social media stars became professional boxers for their second fight following last year's "majority draw" after six rounds in Manchester.
It was billed as one of the biggest internet events ever, and Watford's KSI received scores of 57-54 and 56-55 from two of the judges, while the third scored it 56-55 to American Paul, who was docked two points for a foul in the fourth round.
"Last time I was scared to fight," KSI, whose real name is Olajide Olayinka Williams JJ Olatunji, said after the match.
"This time I just went in. I just kept going and going. He couldn't deal with my jabs. I got him."
When asked if there would be a rematch, KSI said: "It is done, it is done, it is done. I'm onto the next thing."
Paul Logan, does want a third fight, was clearly dejected and insists he'll be appealing the decision to have two points docked for hitting KSI when he was on the floor as well as
‘The Maverick' was penalised for holding and hitting KSI on his way to the canvas after a knockdown punch.