Following his recent KO victory over National Basketball Association point guard Nate Robinson, moving his record to two wins from two, Paul made no secret of his desire to take on UFC fighter Conor McGregor, leading to what the New York Post describes as a "feisty back-and-forth between Paul and UFC President Dana White". Paul said, draped in an Irish flag as he smoked a cigar.
'Early, it's Conor. But, third round, number four, I think Dustin can beat this guy'. You're ducking me because you don't want to lose to a (expletive) YouTuber. Forget devoting years to training to be the best possible competitor you can be; just make inane and crass YouTube videos and you'll be all set.
As for Poirier, after the loss to McGregor, he put together a record of 10-2-1 NC over the course of his next 13 fights. I'm 2-0 as a boxer, "he added, referring to Jr".
While not-so-subtly flaunting his wealth in front of a massive LA mansion Jake Paul tells Conor McGregor he has sent him a $50 million fight deal and that he should sign it - but not after telling McGregor that Apollo (Jake's dog) has more Instagram followers than the man McGregor plans to fight next. Conor, you are scared.
"Dana White, you're a (expletive), too, you ugly, (expletive) bald (expletive)", Paul said. "Sign the f-ing contract", Paul, whose short-lived boxing career included knocking out former National Basketball Association player Nate Robinson last month, insisted on Instagram.
Paul did actually land one jab - the only one he probably ever could in an altercation with McGregor - referencing McGregor's recent bad incident in a bar, where he beat up an old man for refusing a drink.
"I just wasn't as comfortable as I needed to be, but Dustin is some fighter". Jesus (expletive) Christ. Irish (expletive).