Jake Paul just offered $50 million to fight Conor McGregor.
Sigh. It seems like the Paul brothers might just be the next biggest thing in boxing and that says a hell of a lot about the state that boxing is in right now. Just days ago it was announced that Logan Paul would be fighting Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition match and now his brother Jake is asking for a fight with Mayweather’s former opponent, former UFC champion, Conor McGregor.
He’s even put $50 million on it.
In the video posted to Twitter Paul hints at McGregor’s past assault charge and insulted McGregor’s fiance and the mother of his two children, Dee Devlin.
“What the f–k is up, you Irish c–t? Good morning, Conor McGregor, I know you’re probably beating up old dudes in a bar right now, or maybe you’re jacking off because you’re sick of f–king your wife, I mean, she’s a four, Conor, you could do a lot better. But happy Monday! My team sent you a $50 million offer this morning! $50 million cash, proof of funds, the biggest fight offer you’ve ever been offered.”
He then went on to imply McGregor is scared to fight him but taking his scheduled January bout with Dustin Poirier.
“But you’re scared to fight me, Conor, you’re duckin’ me ‘cause you don’t wanna lose to a f***in’ YouTuber. You’re 0-1 as a boxer, I’m 2-0 as a boxer. I just came off the eighth-biggest pay-per-view event in history. But you wanna fight Dustin Poirier, who has less followers on Instagram than my f—ing dog — that’s a fact.”
Jake Paul took aim at Dee Devlin and Dana White
And for good measure, Paul took aim at UFC president Dana White for apparently blocking the fight from happening (allegedly).
“And Dana White, you’re a f–in’ p—y, too, you ugly f—in’ bald bitch. You said there’s zero percent of this fight happening, but there’s zero percent chance of you getting some f—in’ p—y. Conor, you’re scared. Dana, you’re scared. Sign the f—in’ contract, you idiots. Jesus f—in’ Christ. Irish b—h! F— these guys!”
Paul is coming off a viral KO earlier this month and looks to be taking advantage of that attention.