Jake Paul has continued calling out UFC fighters after his knockout of Tyron Woodley.
Paul and Woodley ran a rematch as the main event of Showtime PPV on December 18. After a back and forth and much more active fight, Paul dropped Woodley with a big overhead right in the sixth round.
In the post-match interview, Paul was quick to call out Jorge Masvidal and Nate Diaz to face him in the squared circle. Both men were present in the audience at the Amalie Arena to watch the fight. The taunts towards UFC continued in the post-event press conference also.
Paul pointed out Woodley is a 5-time UFC Champion and he easily dropped him. He then went on to call out the likes of Kamaru Usman, Conor McGregor, and others. “Please, please let me get Kamaru Usman. Please let me get Nate Diaz. Please let me get Masvidal. Please let me get [Conor] McGregor,” Paul pleaded to UFC President Dana White, “because I’m going to embarrass them, too. I promise you that, Dana. I promise you that.”
When asked which fighter will he fight next, Paul’s manager Nakisa Bidarian interrupted that all those fighters are still under UFC contract However, Paul quickly added that he would fight all of them if given the chance.
While Paul’s pro-boxing career started against a Youtuber AnEsonGib and a basketball player Nate Robinson, he has knocked out UFC veterans Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley after that. While he is still awaiting a challenge from an experienced professional boxer. But why would he want to change that approach if he keeps making money?
Keep tuned in for news and updates on Jake Paul’s next bout.