The much hyped boxing fight between rival YouTubers KSI and Logan Paul ended in a draw.
Brit KSI, which has 19.4 million subscribers, took the American star Paul, who has 18.2 million, in the tightly controversial attack on the Manchester Arena.
A first rank judge had KSI ahead of a run, but the other two even scored, meaning a majority was declared a tie.
The decision was greeted by paying in the arena, but both gentlemen immediately called for a rematch.
Over 15,000 tickets were sold before the fight, and thousands more live on YouTube.
KSI and Logan Paul had fooled their fans into the fight with video's full of insults that flew back and forth and angry press conferences in Los Angeles and London.
After the six round game, both said they thought they had won. KSI stated: "I think there is only one thing to do, I think we should have a rematch.
"Let's do it, that was fun."
Paul said: "I feel like I won the fight at the end of the day, but that is not what happened."
Who are KSI and Logan Paul?
They are two of YouTube's biggest stars, both are very divided and both have very controversial past.
Olajide "KSI" Olatunji is a 25-year-old British gamer, comedy vlogger and rapper whose video has been viewed 4.4 billion times despite heavy criticism of obnoxious comments to women in some of his clips.
Logan Paul is a 23-year-old American joker (and former state wrestler) who made his name on Vine before moving to YouTube, where he spent 3.9 billion times. He caused indignation earlier this year for showing the body of a seemingly suicide victim in Japan.
How the fight came about
It all started when two other YouTubers – Joe Weller and Theo Baker, AKA Malfoy – went into the ring last year and KSI said he would fight the winner.
KSI took over victorious Weller at the Copper Box Arena in London in February and won.
It was streamed live on YouTube with 1.8 million live viewers and 36 million more on the couple's official channels.