Jake Paul was ringside in Manchester, as he watched fellow social media star, KSI, lose a six round majority decision to unbeaten light heavyweight prospect Tommy Fury.
Despite losing a point for landing a punch to the back of the head, Fury had banked enough rounds to walk away as the winner on scorecards.
The tallies were 57-56, 57-56 and 57-57. However, when the official cards were revealed - observers quickly noticed that Rafael Ramos' scorecard was tallied up incorrectly and should have also been 57-56 for Fury.
KSI was furious in defeat, vowing to Fury and his handlers that he planned to appeal the verdict.
"We're gonna appeal. I want to appeal. I'm sorry that is outrageous," KSI said. "Robbery, it's a robbery. You weren't landing, look at your face. Look at you. I'm the YouTuber and you're the boxer, you have to win."
Fury, 24, was coming off an eight round split decision victory over Paul - which took place back in February in the Middle East. Paul had the option of exercising an immediate rematch, but instead he went forward with a boxing match against MMA star Nate Diaz.
Paul was ringside at the AO Arena to support his older brother, Logan Paul, who picked up a disqualification win over Dillon Danis in the co-feature.
Paul was quick to head over to social media to shoot down KSI's complaint of a robbery.
"Only thing that got robbed is his hairline. It’s okay KSI, me too, it’s gonna be okay bubba. I took my loss [to Fury] like a man from the scorecard read and showed the youth how to learn from it and come back to take a W. This 30 year old man crying for an appeal," Paul stated.