JAKE PAUL has posed alongside WWE legend Brock Lesnar.
It comes ahead of brother Logan Paul making his return to the WWE to take on Roman Reigns at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia later today.
Paul posted the image to his Twitter page, and captioned the post: "Future tag team partner."
The YouTuber-turned-boxer sported yellow shorts with a white vest shirt, while his shoes blended the two colours in a matching outfit.
It comes a week after his unanimous points victory over MMA icon Anderson Silva.
And following his victory, Paul now has a 6-0 record in professional boxing.
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But the pic with Lesner will only go to fuel speculation suggesting Paul could make a sensational debut at the Crown Jewel event on Saturday.
Triple H first hinted at the possibility on his own Twitter page.
And during WWE's Q3 earnings call he said: "This Saturday we will be in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia for Crown Jewel where one of the world’s most famous influencers Logan Paul will face off against The Tribal Chief Roman Reigns.
"Undoubtedly Roman will have the entire Bloodline with him which would make one wonder if Logan will have his very famous brother Jake Paul – fresh off his win against Anderson Silva – in his corner to help even the odds.”
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Rumours of Paul's next fight have been doing the rounds, with a match-up against Floyd Mayweather being given the green light.
The pair previously came to blows a few weeks before Mayweather's exhibition match against Logan.
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