Jake Paul leaves brother Logan shocked after sending direct message to Conor McGregor
JAKE PAUL left brother Logan shocked with his callout of Conor McGregor – but only after producing a dreadful impression of him. It comes after McGregor branded the YouTuber-turned boxer a “DONKEY” and backed Nate Diaz to win their fight on August 5.
Jake Paul called out Conor McGregor on Logan Paul’s podcastCredit: YouTube @IMPAULSIVE
Logan Paul was left stunned by Jake’s call outCredit: YouTube @IMPAULSIVE
Paul revealed he found the insult funny but absolutely butchered an attempt at impersonating the UFC legend.
He said on Logan’s Impaulsive podcast: “I think Conor McGregor is funny as f***.
“Like when I watch him talk shit about me and he’s like, ‘Oh yeah, that lad he’s a bit windy. He’s a bit windy and he’s a f*****g donkey.’
“I don’t know how to do it, but I’m like, Yeah, bro. But guess what Conor? I’d beat the f*****g f*** out of you and you can’t box as good as me.
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“I’m going to do to Nate what you couldn’t which is knock him the f*** out and you’re going to be sitting there with your new beer company – that’s is failing – drinking it, drunk as f***, realising that you p****d your life away drinking at the end of the bottle.
“And you’re gonna say, ‘Damn, I really thought no one was going to do what I did in this sport, I really thought no one was going to be as big of a name, I really thought I was going to be the biggest forever.’
“But you can’t choose and you can’t have both lives.”
Paul, 26, has continued to call out McGregor, 34, ever since his professional boxing debut in 2020.
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He returns against McGregor’s ex-opponent Diaz, 38, in Texas just six months after suffering his first loss, to Tommy Fury, 24.
Meanwhile, McGregor is set to make his UFC comeback this year against Michael Chandler, 37, after two years out with injury.
The former two-weight champion has boxed just once before, losing to American great Floyd Mayweather in 2017.
But he needed special permission from the UFC to do so as Paul took a swipe at McGregor and Dana White.
He said: “That money fight will always be there and when I knock Nate Diaz the f*** out and you realise I’m the biggest fight for you, call me.
“And I’ll answer, and I’m my own boss, I make my own decisions.
“I’m not controlled by Dana White, I don’t have a dad so I can make the fight happen.
“But if Dana lets you make the fight happen then we can run it.”
Conor McGregor is set to return against Michael ChandlerCredit: Instagram @ufceurope
Jake Paul facing off with Nate DiazCredit: @mostvaluablepromotions More