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Paul knocked the former UFC welterweight champion out last month to extend his professional boxing record to a respectable 5-0.
His feud with White has raged on however and after saying he'll retire from boxing if the UFC started to pay their fighters better, in addition to Paul being given a fight with Jorge Masvidal.
The 24-year-old has also accused White of being a cocaine addict, which saw the UFC president make a proposal - he'll be tested for cocaine for 10 years as long as Paul takes a drug test.
According to The Sun, results of Paul and Woodley's tests have been revealed and both men tested negative for any banned substances.
A statement from the Florida Athletic Commission told the publication that it “does not release medical testing information due to medical privacy.”
Paul also requested that White drug test all of his fighters as part of their bet.
"I don’t do steroids. I take it as a compliment. Because there’s no other excuse to me knocking out all of your champions other than ‘this kid does steroids,’" he explained.
"If you steroid test me, then I want to steroid test every one of your fighters."
He took to Twitter on Thursday evening to once again call out White, who he said has vanished like 'Casper the ghost' since last weekend.
He posted to Twitter: "5 days have passed & while I’ve agreed to be tested, Dana has vanished like casper.
"Dana: my 1 fight deal, I will fight for $50K, the new min. You make millions off of me & all of UFC fighters benefit from the new min, rev share share and healthcare."
Paul has said he'll be taking a break from boxing in the new year after fighting three times last year.
He defeated Ben Askren in April then Woodley in August before then fighting Woodley once again.
Featured Image Credit: Jake Paul/Instagram & Dana White/Instagram
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