Jake Paul’s Feud Explained with Dana White

YouTube influencer and personality Jake Paul has received a lot of recognition from his friends in boxing. He even caught the attention of Dana White, who is the current President of UFC.

After 5 full victories under boxing, amateur boxers are looking for more opponents to confront in the ring. Unfortunately, his options are limited, especially since White won’t let any of his UFC fighters do like that.

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Follow him knockout win over Tyron Woodley, Paul called Nate Diaz and Jorge Masvidal, both present in the arena during the event, to face him next. However, without White’s approval, Paul is unlikely to go up against any of the fighters under contract with the UFC. In an episode of the podcast “The War with Teddy Atlas,” White recorded that he had no intention of allowing Diaz or Masvidal to fight Paul.

Then, on January 1, 2022, Paul tweeted to White a list of claims regarding UFC fighter pay and healthcare benefits. First, he wanted White to raise each fighter’s salary to $50,000 per game — a huge jump from the current $12,000 — as well as give them 50% of the company’s annual revenue. Paul also asked White to provide his fighters with long-term healthcare perks, which is likely a direct response when White said brain damage was “part of the gig.” The offer will be valid for five days and if White accepts, Paul will quit boxing and agree a one-time fight with Masvidal.

Less than a day after Paul’s tweet, White responded with a video. In it, White said that the amateur boxer had publicly stated that he used cocaine when he wasn’t. He then went on to accuse Paul of using steroids. Therefore, White wanted to randomly test Paul about steroid use over the next two years. White ends the video by telling Paul to start his own business, especially if he thinks the UFC is “doing something wrong” and that he could “treat the fighters better.” “. Then he called Paul again, saying he is not a superstar and can’t sell pay per view, that’s why he switch to “pay-per-view superstar” like Jorge Masvidal and Connor McGregor.

Paul responded with a video of himself the next day. He denies White’s claims about him taking steroids and his piggybacking on the UFC’s “pay-per-view superstar”, citing that his mother gets more likes on Instagram Masvidal. He then chastises White for ignoring his request, calling him “the dog in the corner”. Paul then went on to explain that he was “try to change the sport forever“And his main problem is that White refuses to give his fighters more than $12,000 per game and proper healthcare safeguards.

Many are delighted to see Paul endorse higher-paid fighters, believing it sheds light on the greedy practices of companies in the UFC. However, others weren’t so sure about Paul’s intentions, thinking that the influencer might just be doing it for influence. At last, The Paul brothers were no strangers to controversy. Whatever Paul’s intentions are, there’s no doubt that his statements have made waves in the MMA community and got everyone talking about the UFC.

As of today, White has not accepted Paul’s offer and has not yet responded to the amateur boxer’s video. It’s not yet clear who Paul will face next.

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ClareFora is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. ClareFora joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing: clarefora@interreviewed.com.

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