Jake Paul and Nate Diaz had to be separated once again as they took to the scales ahead of their blockbuster fight.
The duo went face to face for the last time before going toe to toe in Dallas, Texas on Saturday night – a clash that will be broadcast live on talkSPORT.
Security had to intervene following their weigh-ins as both men fired verbal shots and threatened to go to war there and then as tempers started to flare.
Things then boiled over in their interviews with DAZN, with Diaz responding to the cheers from the crowd, saying: “Shout out to everyone for the love and support.
“No matter how the fight goes, this mother f***er can’t really fight!”
Meanwhile ‘The Problem Child’, who was booed by a large section of the fans in attendance said: “They’ve been saying Nate’s tough… boo yourself, virgins!
“They’ve been saying Nate’s tough, Nate’s a dog and tomorrow I’m dog walking that b****.
“I’m putting him on a leash, walking him back to his cage and I’m f***ing him up.”
This came after chaos broke out at their press conference on Thursday, with security from both sides brawling on stage.
The Problem Child will be hoping to bounce back from his first career defeat when he lost by split decision to Tommy Fury last time.
He’s facing Diaz who never won a UFC title but is an iconic face in combat spots, while also training in boxing for years.
During the official weigh-in, Paul came in ‘on the money’ at 185lb – the catchweight for the clash – while Diaz came in 0.1lb lighter at 184.9lb.
As a result, attention now turns to Saturday and what could be a truly entertaining encounter in Dallas.