Jake Paul Goes Off On Conor McGregor With Profanity-Laced Rant: ‘I’ll Beat The F*cking F*ck Out Of You’

Jake Paul rejuvenated his rivalry with Conor McGregor after the former two-division UFC champion called him a donkey.

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Jake Paul (Left) and Conor McGregor (Right)(Images via Instagram @JakePaul and @TheNotoriousMMA)

Jake Paul responded to Conor McGregor’s recent insults with threats and a profanity-laced rant. 

On August 5, Paul returns to the boxing ring for the first time since losing against Tommy Fury. The YouTuber-turned-boxer looks to get back on track against Nate Diaz, who is fighting outside the UFC for the first time in nearly seventeen years. 

During an interview with Ariel Helwani, McGregor was asked about the boxing matchup and compared ‘The Problem Child’ to a donkey

“He’s a donkey. The guys a donkey. A donkey has a kick as well, so you just gotta be worried of that, but I just think Nate… he’ll be peppering him in his face. I just think it should be Nate.”

Paul and ‘The Notorious’ have had a rivalry fueled by social media posts and press conference comments over the past few years. Needless to say, the 26-year-old wasn’t happy with McGregor’s recent comments. ‘The Problem Child’ responded during an appearance on the latest episode of IMPAULSIVE:

“I would say I definitely got some kick. I think Conor McGregor is funny as f*ck… Guess what, Conor? I’ll beat the f*cking f*ck out of you, and you can’t box as good as me, and I’m gonna do to Nate what you couldn’t, which is knock him the f*ck out… But that money fight will always be there. And when I knock Nate Diaz the f*ck out, and you realize I’m the biggest fight for you, call me, and I’ll answer.”

Jake Paul believes he will be a bigger combat sports superstar than Conor McGregor

Conor McGregor has solidified himself as arguably the biggest superstar in mixed martial arts history. Although Jake Paul doesn’t have a legendary combat sports resume like McGregor, the 26-year-old has done a phenomenal job promoting himself and selling pay-per-views. 

During the same podcast appearance, Paul went after McGregor for his drinking habits by saying: 

“And you’re gonna be sitting there with your new beer company that’s failing, drinking it, drunk as f*ck, realizing that you pissed your life away drinking at the end of the bottle, and you’re gonna say, ‘Damn, I really thought no one was gonna do what I did in this sport. I really thought no one was gonna be as big of a name. I really thought I was gonna be the biggest forever.’”

Before focusing on a potential super-fight against McGregor, Paul needs to get through Diaz on August 5. The Stockton native is being somewhat underestimated because of his age and lack of experience in boxing matches. With that said, the former UFC fighter is extremely durable and has never-ending cardio, which could potentially cause trouble for the former YouTuber.

Published on May 30, 2023 at 11:09 pm
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