Jake Paul has revealed exactly what would happen in a fight with Conor McGregor and accused Dana White of avoiding making a fight between them.
Paul has relentlessly called for a showdown with UFC superstar McGregor and taunted White.
'The Problem Child' wants to face the 'Notorious' next and has even proposed a deal that would see him fight in the famed Octagon.
But the UFC boss isn't convinced about McGregor vs. Paul, claiming the 25-year-old American is too 'f**king huge' for the ex-UFC double champion.
However, Paul reckons the currently jacked-McGregor is the same weight as him ahead of a potential mega-fight.
Asked if he had heard from White about his UFC offer, Paul told TMZ Sports: "Not as of yet.
"Dana keeps going on interviews, he went on my brother's podcast and he seems to be ducking the whole entire thing.
"He doesn't realise that Conor and I weigh the exact same right now, Conor is walking around at 190 - and I'm willing to do the fight in MMA."
Paul's UFC offer includes a stipulation that if he loses, he'll donate his purse to UFC fighters who make less than $50,000.
He continued to reinforce his point about UFC fighter pay, saying: "This is about making a change. That's what Conor hasn't ever done, he's always been selfish.
"The fighter pay needs to increase so I've said that if I win, then Dana has to increase the minimum fighter pay. If I lose then they can take the money and do whatever."
The uber-confident 5-0 boxer then issued a brutal prediction: "But I know I can beat Conor, people think 'this kid's crazy' and yeah, I am, no sh*t, that's how I've gotten this far because I'm crazy and I believe in myself and Conor is on a downhill spiral, his limbs are all broken.
"In the stand-up game I'm knocking him out first round."
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Topics: Conor Mcgregor, Boxing, Jake Paul, UFC, Dana White