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YouTuber Jake Paul Offers Boxer Conor McGregor $50M Through Social Media, To Fight

Photo Credit: Jack Paul - Instagram Photos; Conor McGregor - Instagram Photos

Jake Paul, best known for his controversial YouTube videos, invited well-known boxer Conor McGregor to fight with an Instagram post, in which he offers the boxer $50M.

In the Instagram video, Paul, who knocked-out former basketball player Nate Robinson in the ring in November, yelled to McGregor by saying “What the f*** is up to you Irish c***” and continued in his iconic tone:

“Good morning Conor McGregor. I know you’re probably beating up old dudes in a bar right now, or maybe you’re jacking off because you’re sick of f***ing your wife. (…) Our team sent you a $50 million offer this morning…”

Paul highlighted that $50 million is the biggest fight offer McGregor has ever been offered and accused the professional boxer of scaring to fight him. He continued:

“You don’t want to lose to a f***ing YouTuber. You’re 0-1 as a boxer; I’m 2-0 as a boxer. I just came off the eighth biggest pay-per-view event in history, but you want to fight Dustin Poirier, who has less followers on Instagram than my f***ing dog. That’s a fact.”

After publishing the video, full of racist words, Paul posted a series of stories to manipulate McGregor to accept the offer. In a post, the YouTuber asked him why he does not do big business instead of keeping doing small events.

In another post, he shared a screenshot of a previous opponent of McGregor and said the boxer just wants to fight “small eco boost lightweights.

Paul continued firing by posting a series of photos and videos that see him training. Referring to “his endless training” Paul went on saying in another story:

“People do not understand I’m really about this life and I’m a lethal fighter. Anyone get these hands.”

As for McGregor has yet commented on the offer.

Here is the post.

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