- Jake Paul insulted Michael Bisping once again and challenged him in a boxing match
- The YouTuber and the former UFC champion have been having a back and forth on social media
Jake Paul refuses to let Michael Bisping alone as he came up with another jab at the former UFC middleweight king. This time, “The Problem Child” doubled down on his challenge and wants “The Count” to get cleared to fight, evidently trying to insult him because of his eye disability.
In his recent savage Twitter post, Paul ordered Bisping to “get licensed to fight” and square up with him inside the ring.
“Dear @bisping, I challenge you to stop hosting your struggling podcast, get licensed to fight, and box me,” Paul wrote. “Let’s see if that UFC belt and all the respect you have can help you beat me in a boxing match.”
I challenge you to stop hosting your struggling podcast, get licensed to fight, and box me.
Let’s see if that UFC belt and all the respect you have can help you beat me in a boxing match. pic.twitter.com/9Bv0bDTK1E
— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) April 17, 2022
War of words
The Paul-Bisping war of words stemmed from the YouTuber’s previous “hitlist” revelation. In it, Paul included Bisping’s name alongside other combat sports legend such as Anderson Silva and Oscar De La Hoya.
Having earned quite a reputation as vicious trash-talker as well, Bisping clapped back and replied, “Come on @jakepaul you do know I’m about your size? Surely that excludes me from your ‘hit list’?”
Paul retaliated with another vicious response and claimed that he would take out Bisping “worse” than that of his KO loss to Dan Henderson, while also insulting the Brit for his eye condition once again.
“I would knock you out worse than Hendo,” Paul tweeted. You’re an easy fight. But show me you can get licensed and I will show you $1M plus PPV… (using this emoji because Bisping can’t use it lololololol)”
I would knock you out worse than Hendo. You’re an easy fight. But show me you can get licensed and I will show you $1M plus PPV… 👀 (using this emoji because Bisping can’t use it lololololol) https://t.co/gu0tL9Pn0R
— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) April 15, 2022
Bisping, of course, did not let it slip away and quickly responded with:
“Yeah yeah, listen One eye, two eyes,” Bisping wrote. “I won a world championship and more importantly the respect of the fight community. Sadly little jakey, that’s 2 things you’ll NEVER do. Ever. Let that sink in.”
Bisping has not fought professionally since 2017. Paul, meanwhile, is coming off a stunning KO victory over former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley. Should the pair ends up facing each other, it will be an experience vs. power showdown.