Jake Paul unleashed profanity laced invective on UFC fighters

Jake Paul didn’t hold back as he unleashed a full-blown attack on UFC stars Michael Bisping, Jorge Masvidal and president Dana White

Youtuber turned boxer, Jake Paul has been busy these days promoting the biggest women’s boxing fight in history alongside Eddie Hearn. Jake, who’s 5-0 as a boxer has been calling out several MMA superstars including the likes of Nate Diaz and Conor Mcgregor, but has turned his attention towards former middleweight champion Michael Bisping.

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MIAMI, FL – JANUARY 30: Jake Paul of Los Angeles California enters the ring make his boxing pro debut on January 30, 2020 part of Matchroom Boxing and DAZN Miami Fight Night at the Meridian in Miami, Fl. Photo by Rich Graessle/Icon Sportswire BOXING: JAN 30 Miami Fight Night Icon20013069

The Problem Child spoke to the media about this week’s fight and dished out an attack that would definitely shackle the UFC top brass.

“I also think it’s a silly callout,” Paul said of Bisping at a media event on Wednesday (h/t The Mac Life). “That’s an easy fight for me. That’s a one-round fight. He’s an old guy, but here’s the thing about me: If someone talks sht, I have to fck them up. I have a fcking problem in my head. If someone talks sht, let’s fcking settle it in the ring. Let’s see if you’re really about that or if you’re just talking on Twitter. So these guys who think they’re so tough, these ‘UFC champions’ who think they’re so tough, I’ll beat the fck out of all of them.

“And I’ve got time. I’ve got time to do it. I’m young. So any of them can get it. As fast as we get these deals done, I’m knocking them all out. Bisping wants to talk sht? Cool, let’s get in the ring, motherfcker, you pssy. If anyone wants to talk sht, get in the fcking ring, you pssy. Masvidal, you pssy. All these guys are all talk. They’re cap, and their dad, Dana, fcking owns them. They’re a bunch of fcking pssies that hide behind the f*cking contract.”

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He concluded by saying this to Mac Life “To be honest, I don’t care about the criticisms. To me, it’s if you’re a man who is around my weight and you want to talk sht and you can fight, then let’s get in the ring and settle it because I’m sick and tired of these UFC champions or these guys who think that they’re tough. It started with Ben Askren, then Tyron Woodley. I’ve proven I can beat these guys up and to me, it’s easy. So if they’re gonna talk sht on Twitter, let’s settle it in the ring. Let’s see if you can back up that sh*t talk. Let’s see how tough these boys really are.”

‘You should be calling out Anderson’ – Daniel Cormier suggests that Jake Paul should be calling out MMA legend Anderson Silva

Former UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping and Jake Paul have locked horns on Twitter and expressed their willingness to fight each other. Jake Paul shook the world when he knocked out Tyron Woodley at their rematch, and the ‘Problem Child’ hasn’t fought since then. But he sure knows the fight game inside out by now, and has some imprudent plans for 2024.

Former UFC double champion Daniel Cormier suggested that Jake Paul should be calling out another middleweight champion and MMA legend Anderson Silva. He propounded that Silva has been on a similar path ever since he made his switch to professional boxing, and has looked impressive since then.

Cormier addressed the situation on his Youtube channel by saying, “You want an older guy to fight? Hey, there’s a former UFC champion that is doing exactly what you’re doing. His name’s Anderson Silva. That’s who you should be fighting, Jake. That’s who you should be calling out, because guess what, he still fits the mold. Former UFC champ. Amateur boxer because he’s only fought, I don’t know, five boxing fights just like you. He’s your size and he’s up there in age so it still fits the mold.

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“You should be calling out Anderson, not Michael Bisping. That’s the fight. That’s the fight. Not only does that fight fit the mold of what you’re doing, that fight actually gives us some idea of what this thing is that you’re trying to do or portray.”

Silva, 47, recently made an exultant return to boxing, following a legendary run with the UFC where he defend his middleweight title 10 consecutive times. Silva stepped into the boxing ring in June 2021 to fight Mexico Julio Cesar Chavez Jr.

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