Jack Paul launched an attack on Connor McGregor before UFC 264 because the YouTube star vowed to “further expose his fraud.”
Jack Paul attacked Connor McGregor and vowed to “further expose his fraud.”
The YouTube star has been in a super money boxing match with the former two heavyweight UFC champion McGregor.
Paul, all 3-0 boxers were eliminated and claimed to have a fight offer of $50 million Waiting for the Irish at the beginning of the year.
But after he revoked McGregor Eliminated by Dustin Poirier in January.
Poirier, who avenged his loss in 2014, is now ready to participate in the trilogy deciding game The left-handed star of UFC 264 tomorrow night.
Before the immediate rematch, Paul lashed out at McGregor His press conference antics And promised to nail a nail to the coffin if they fight.
He wrote on Twitter: “You can see that Connor has lost’it’.
“He no longer speaks from a real place, and you can see that he is trying to convince himself of his lies.
“He is offended by everything now. He is bathed in his own insecurity.
“When we fight, I will further expose his fraud.”
Since his debut in a professional boxing match in 2020, Paul has defeated his online opponent “AnEsonGib” and has since entered the boxing world.
But he only defeated YouTuber Gib, 37-year-old former NBA player Nate Robinson, and 36-year-old retired UFC welterweight Ben Askron, who is a famous fighter.
The 24-year-old Paul did face the biggest challenge of his career in August when he played against 39-year-old former UFC champion Tyronn Woodley.
32-year-old McGregor also lost his boxing debut against 44-year-old Floyd Mayweather in 2017 and promised to return to the ring.
Before losing to 32-year-old Poirier, he had negotiated with 42-year-old Manny Pacquiao, but was put on hold after being shocked by the KO loss.
McGregor is now looking to return to the UFC title and hopes the 31-year-old lightweight champion Charles Oliveira will win in Las Vegas.
but he Do not rule out a potential struggle with Paul Or his brother Logan, 26, who recently opened Mayweather’s distance in an exhibition.
McGregor told news site“I can’t care about them two dingbats. I don’t think so, but never say never.
“If they want to continue to compete, who knows? But, Ding Bat, the two of them.”