“My sons all have made me so proud”- Jake Paul mocks Conor McGregor, Kamaru Usman and others on father’s day

Jake Paul is back with his disrespectful call-outs of top mixed martial artist stars on Twitter, as usual.

Jake Paul digs McGregor Usman and others
A doctored image shows Kamaru Usman being choked out by a Disney version of Jake Paul and Conor McGregor being slept by Dustin Poirier at UFC 257

Jake Paul just would not stop with his usual habit of disrespectful call-outs. ‘The Problem Child’ makes sure that he lives up to his nickname. Following his victory over Nate Robinson in November 2020, which saw him go 2-0 up in his pro-boxing career, the YouTube star began calling out a plethora of MMA and Combat Sports professionals on Twitter. Most of them were predominantly MMA stars.

In a recent tweet, Jake Paul has fired shots at Kamaru Usman, Conor McGregor, Daniel Cormier, Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley. On father’s day (20th of June), Paul mentioned all the above mentioned fighters as his sons, and claimed that they have made him so proud.

Paul had also shared an image of each and every fighter’s lowest point in their career – Usman’s only loss in his MMA career, Conor getting slept by Dustin, Cormier crying, Ben Askren getting punched by Paul himself and Woodley breaking down.

‘As a father myself, today means a lot to me’ – Jake Paul

Jake Paul wrote, “As a father myself, today means a lot to me. even though they’ve all lost a lot… my sons all have made me so proud.”

Paul has been going about it for months and months, and there is no chance that the YouTuber would stop with this. His raving actually works. It does bring him a lot of attention, and he has backed up his trash-talking so far, although he hasn’t fought a legit striker, until today.

Jake Paul takes on Tyron Woodley next

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley
Tyron Woodley and Jake Paul

Jake Paul’s next fight is against Tyron Woodley. The fight is set to take place on the 28th of August, and it would be Paul’s fourth professional boxing fight. Woodley, on the other hand, was recently released by the UFC, and will be making him pro-boxing debut.

This will be the first time Paul is taking on someone who is a legit striker, someone who can actually throw a punch. Woodley has got dynamite in his hands, and will be looking forward to stopping the younger Paul.

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