“Watching my Dana White Diss Track”- Jake Paul reacts to Tom Brady’s retirement

Jake Paul reacts to Tom Brady's retirement while he pokes fun of UFC President Dana White.

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Jake Paul reacts to Tom Brady retirement

Boxer Jake Paul reacts to the NFL legend Tom Brady retirement announcement but drags the UFC President Dana White in the mud once again.

The Greatest Quarterback of All Time, Tom Brady announced his retirement yesterday putting the entire world to shock. The NFL player decided to retire after 22 seasons and put fans into great sadness with this shocking news. Elite athletes all over the world, across all sports, reacted to his news in their own way.

Jake Paul, the YouTube sensation-turned boxer also reacted to it but made sure he plugged his Dana White diss track in his message. “Breaking news: Tom Brady retired and is now watching my Dana White Diss Track,” wrote Paul on his Twitter account. Football fans weren’t too happy with this reaction however as they began trolling the fighter in the comments.

Related BREAKING NEWS: Tom Brady Announces his retirement from the NFL after 22 seasons

Jake Paul doubles down on Dana White with his diss track

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Jake drops diss track on UFC president

Jake recently took his feud with the UFC President to another level as he dropped a diss track about White on his YouTube and other streaming platforms. The feud between the two began over the fighter’s pay issue in UFC. Dana has responded to the YouTube boxer several times but the UFC boss just can’t seem to get him off. Dana White is yet to respond to the diss track.

Jake has managed to go 5-0 as a professional boxer and is now looking to make a move to MMA. The boxer has rattled the entire MMA community with his antics in his fights against former MMA champions Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley. Jake managed to beat Ben, once, and Tyron twice in the year 2021. Paul also knocked out both his opponents. Jake’s KO win against Woodley was awarded the KO of the Year by ESPN ringside.

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