After receiving a £37 million offer, Conor McGregor has a brutal view of Jake Paul’s fight.


After receiving a £37 million offer, Conor McGregor has a brutal view of Jake Paul’s fight.

Jake Paul, a YouTuber, publicly chastised Conor McGregor earlier this year.

Jake Paul called up UFC star Conor McGregor for a fight earlier this year, disrespecting the Irishman’s fiancee and bringing up his previous troubles. Until now, the YouTuber and social media influencer has had to wait for a reaction.

Conor McGregor has savagely rejected Jake Paul’s £37 million fight offer, yet the UFC star has not ruled out a fight with the YouTube sensation.

Paul made waves with a video in which he challenged McGregor to a fight, stating that his team had delivered McGregor an enticing offer.

From the side of a sports automobile while smoking a cigar, Paul said: “What the fk is up, you Irish ct?” in addition to criticizing the Irishman’s fiancee and bringing up his past troubles.

Clearly, his over-the-top style was intended to elicit a response from McGregor, which he appears to have gotten.

The Notorious opened out about his thoughts on the controversial ‘YouTube boxing culture,’ stating that he is a fan of those daring enough to enter the ring, but that the quality of the fighters has not impressed him.

“If they’re fighting properly, it can’t make a mockery of fighting,” McGregor remarked ahead of his bout with Dustin Poirier at UFC 257 this weekend.

“They’re getting in and competing,” says the narrator. I’m not entirely opposed to it.

“What I will say is that the numbers calculated by that show were for a Mike Tyson bout. You have an icon competing with Roy Jones Jr., two of combat sports’ GOATs [best of all time].

“On top of that, you have the YouTube sensation and NBA superstar competing. As a result, they did well.

“Do I participate in those competitions myself?” You know it’s not the highest level – if there is one – at that point.

“Obviously, the Tyson vs. Jones battle was really high-level, and it will be fascinating to see how they age. They both fought admirably, in my opinion.

“If anything earns money, it makes sense,” they say. I understand Dana White and the UFC are against it, but I’m not so sure.

“I believe it is possible if people are willing.”Brinkwire Summary News”.


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