Jake Paul Plans To Knock Out Dana White In A Las Vegas Nightclub

By | August 26, 2021

Jake Paul made it his life’s mission to play the role of a very annoying and punch-worthy character and taking part in big-money matches that break records. One of the biggest complaints from UFC over the years is regarding the promotion not paying their fighters properly. Jon Jones, in particular, has demanded he get paid a proper amount of money to compete in big fights.

Jake Paul had previously blasted Dana White over UFC not paying their fighters properly and Paul is certainly relentless when it comes to calling out the UFC President it seems.

For months now Jake Paul has taken shots at Dana White and there are no signs of him stopping. Dana White recently fired back at Jake Paul by stating that Paul is only starting a fight with him to get noticed and that he has a short shelf life. Paul would then clown Dana White in a huge way.

While speaking to MMA Junkie, Jake Paul was asked if he had ever considered inviting White to attend one of his fights. Paul stated that Dana White would never come.

Jake Paul was then asked how the story between himself and Dana White would end. Paul simply stated that it would end with him knocking out White at a Vegas nightclub.

“I don’t think Dana would come, man. We go back and forth, at the end of the day he’s always talking about me, I’m always talking about him. He’s trying to discredit what I’m doing. One moment he loves Tyron Woodley and he’s a five-time UFC champ and Dana White saying he’s the greatest welterweight ever. And then boom, 12 months later, he sucks. Jake Paul’s fighting him, blah blah blah. So, he’s just trying to discredit anything that I do. Which of course, that’s what I would do if I was in his position. He’s a smart guy.

“I think it ends with me running into him in a club in Vegas and knocking him the f*** out,

Jake Paul will be facing off against Tyron Woodley on August 29th in a boxing match for Showtime Boxing. We will have to wait and see who will win the match in the end.

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