JAKE PAUL boasted about knocking out every opponent he has faced – and called out Canelo Alvarez.

The YouTube sensation is now 5-0 as a professional boxer, having recently beaten Tyron Woodley for a second time.

But this time he brutally shut the ex-UFC champion's lights out with a massive right hand in round six of their Florida rematch.

Posting a ringside clip of the KO, Paul captioned: "I’ve KO’ed everyone I’ve fought."

In a follow up message, he wrote: "I hope you’re training @Canelo."

Paul, 24, has set his sights on one day fighting the Mexican boxing legend, 31, and eyed a 2024 showdown.

The American was set to face Tommy Fury, 22, until the British former reality TV star pulled out with a broken rib and chest infection.

Woodley, 39 then signed as a late replacement but was knocked out in the rematch, just three months after losing on points.

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He now joins YouTuber 'AnEsonGib', ex-NBA star Nate Robinson, 37, and retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 37, on Paul's KO list.

And Paul gloated about sending them all into his his meme collection.

He said in the post-fight press conference: "I've done more than enough, four massive fights in 13 months.

"Nobody in the history of boxing has done what I've done at this age. 

"Massive pay-per-views, knocked out every person that I've fought, the only person that's as active as me is Canelo, and he's 50+ fights in.

"I turned them all into memes, that s*** is going viral all over the internet and I'm ready to fight whoever.

"It doesn't matter if they're a professional boxer or a five-time UFC champion, I don't care.

"I'm really built for this and no matter what I'm going to find a way to get the job done and that's what I showed tonight."

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