WWE superstar Seth Rollins accused Logan Paul of "leaching off" professional wrestling "for his own gain".
The Highfliers have been at loggerheads ever since last month's Royal Rumble when Paul eliminated Rollins from the 30-men over-the-top-rope battle royal.
The YouTuber went on to taunt The Visionary from the ring before he was ultimately thrown over the top rope by eventual winner Cody Rhodes.
Since then, the two wrestlers have been exchanging barbs online as they seem to be on course for a WrestleMania 39 clash.
Rollins took another swipe as he now claims the amateur boxer cares about "nothing but himself".
The four-time world champion admits he respects the 27-year-old's "hustle" but insists that a match between them would see him getting "creamed".
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Rollins told the Pat McAfee Show: "The guy doesn't care about nothing but himself.
"I can respect the hustle alright. I respect the hustle, I really do because it takes hustle to get where he's at and to get the opportunities that he's got.
"But at the end of the day, it's about passion. No one is just going to suit up and be an NFL superstar, they're going to get creamed.
"So he's going to step into my world and he's going to get creamed.
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"He's in it for his own gain so I don't want you a part of my business if you're just going to leach off it and take from it.
"Great if you're going to come and help out and make everything as good as you can but if you're going to come and do it for you?
"Look, I can only judge based on what he's done in the past, his own history because that's a foretelling for the future, that's why I don't like the guy, that's why I don't dig the guy.
"And he's going to go and rub it in on social media, he's going to talk his talk but he don't want to say nothing to my face.
"I'm just saying, you can love him all you want. He's polarising but he's not for me, he's just not my cup of tea."
Paul appears unlikely to compete in WWE for a while as he is currently in Australia promoting his PRIME energy drink.
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