Another day means another opportunity for Jake Paul to troll his arch-nemesis, Conor McGregor.
The YouTuber turned professional boxer is itching to get in the ring with the might Irishman, but it appears McGregor’s drinking habits are impeding that from happening.
Jake has made quite the name for himself in the professional boxing world. After taking on fellow content creators, the youngest Paul brother began to stack his roster with actual, professional fighters such as Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley.
He means business!
The boxer has managed to grab wins against MMA fighter Askren and Woodley – and he’s set his sights on bigger fights as well.
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It’s no secret the YouTuber has expressed his desire to fight McGregor and Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez.
At first, the Irishman was hesitant to take on either of the Paul brothers, but eventually he changed his mind and admitted he’d fight the “dingbats.”
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McGregor last entered the ring on July 10 for UFC 246 to fight Dustin Poirier. If you happened to have watched that one, you know McGregor ended up breaking his leg!
Connor McGregor Broke His Ankle During UFC 264 Match😭😭😭
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McGregor’s setback has only fueled Jake to train harder and longer.
When asked what advice he’d give to McGregor, Jake said he’d advise the man to stop hitting the sauce.
“If Conor was my client I would say stop drinking you Irish idiot,” he told Talksport’s Alex McCarthy. “Put the bottle down, put the bottle down and get some Ws! And those fake teeth are ugly as f***.”
This isn’t the first time he’s trolled the fighter for his drinking habits.
During a press conference back in August, the content creator said, “He’s one in three in the past four years. So, guy needs to get off of his little vodka or whatever the f*** his brand is and sober up and get back in the f***ing gym, and then we can f***ing fight. But to be honest, no way he hits harder than Woodley. He doesn’t weigh as much as Woodley, he’s shorter than Woodley. I think Woodley’s a harder fight than him.”
Down but not out!
Jake’s response came after McGregor tweeted, “Salivating,” after Jake won by split decision against Tyron Woodley.
While no official fight has been put on the books, Jake is confident it “will happen” at some point, but he’s supposed to have a rematch with Tyron Woodley before anything else gets put into motion.
To be continued!