Jake Paul has been on high of the world since knocking out Ben Askren – and he’s been bullish about what’s subsequent.
After UFC light-weight Dustin Poirier urged fellow UFC man Mike Perry can be an fascinating subsequent foe for the YouTuber, Paul responded with an insult aimed in direction of ‘Platinum’, after which known as out Poirier himself – at the least evidently manner.
“He was gentle work,” wrote Paul. “In his personal phrases ‘you kicked my ass’. I need to see Jake Paul vs. Dustin Prober.”
So far as know there is no such thing as a fighter named Dustin Prober so we’re assuming that’s a reasonably lame dig from Paul.
Anyway, together with the remark Paul made, he launched a brief clip of the moments after he sparred Perry.
Inside the clip, Perry might be heard saying: “Good job man. You kicked my ass.”
Naturally, Perry was not proud of Paul’s actions. The 14-Eight welterweight has now launched a clip of their sparring to color the actual image of what occurred.
It’s not very lengthy, but it surely exhibits them really sparring and Perry on the offensive.
With the video, Perry wrote: “The one clip we obtained. Go forward and put up some @jakepaul , I took your finest pictures and walked you down all day. Everyone knows I’m not laborious to hit however I’m gonna give attention to that now.
“ there was no hazard in boxing a wrestler final night time and also you gave me an opportunity to punch you within the face (and I did) and I revered it however you mistook that and that’s my fault. I present up with my woman and child so I don’t carry drama. I present up and battle. I used to be a fan after you sparred me.
“You confirmed coronary heart and also you’re already profitable and also you appeared to have a robust workforce (energy in numbers) however you’re a spoiled brat and I’m wealthy in life. You’re broke with a bunch of pretend sure males round you that you just pay for.
“I don’t f*** with no one and all the cash on the planet can’t make you actual like me,” Perry completed.
Perry was 7-Zero when he joined the UFC again in 2016 and he gained his first two fights with the promotion. Nevertheless, final week’s loss to Daniel Rodriguez leaves him with a document of 7-Eight within the UFC and he’s misplaced 4 of his final 5.
Paul appears to be looking out for an additional cross-promotional matchup for his subsequent battle and whereas he could now have unhealthy blood with Perry, it’s most likely not engaging sufficient to do the numbers the Askren battle did. In line with Paul, these numbers have been 1.6 million pay-per-view buys.