Jake Paul is always looking for a new boxing opportunity and is calling out Draymond Green.
Jake Paul is on the lookout for his next boxing opponent. He has made a name for himself by fighting other celebrity athletes. He has fought multiple MMA fighters and one basketball player. Now he has another MMA fighter right ahead of him, Anderson Silva, and is calling out another basketball player, Draymond Green.
Green made headlines recently after he got into a brawl with a teammate. At a Warriors practice this past week Green was seen arguing with his teammate Jordan Poole and the two came to blows. Green pushed him and appeared to land a few punches before the two were separated. Never one to pass up an opportunity, Jake Paul has sent an offer out to Green.
Draymond Green knocked the living shit out of Jordan Poole pic.twitter.com/ZMgY0guXDD
— Barstool Sports (@barstoolsports) October 7, 2022
Jake Paul offers Draymond Green $10 million to box him after the brawl
Paul has made an offer of $10 million to Green to step into the boxing ring with him.
Draymond I got $10 million for you to get in the ring on the next Most Valuable Promotions pay per view. Who you want? @Money23Green
— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) October 7, 2022
“Draymond I got $10 million for you to get in the ring on the next Most Valuable Promotions pay-per-view. Who you want?” he wrote on Twitter. “To be clear the JP that Draymond slept is Jordan Pool. This JP would sleep Draymond in 1 round.”
Green has not responded to this offer by Paul and most likely will not. According to reports by ESPN, Green apologized to Poole and his teammates. No punishment has been handed out just yet, but the team is looking into the matter and how the video was released to the public.
Paul seems to never have a problem finding opponents to face. As mentioned he will be fighting former UFC champion, Anderson Silva, on Oct. 29 in Arizona. He has also been linked to a possible bout with Nate Diaz now that he is free from his UFC contract. If Green were to show interest, that fight could be a very interesting one to fans, but with his NBA career in full swing, it is unlikely.