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Paul has relentlessly called for a showdown against McGregor, having beaten the likes of Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley (x2) in his professional boxing career.
The UFC superstar appears to be open to facing the YouTuber-turned-boxer, saying: "Who knows? Never say never."
Well, Paul has once again reached out to the UFC president on social media in a bid to land a mega-fight against the 'Notorious'.
He's proposed a one-fight UFC deal to fight the Irishman. If he wins, however, White must agree to his fighter pay and healthcare proposal.
But if he loses, 'The Problem Child' says he'll donate his entire purse to all UFC fighters who make less than $50,000 and will never mention the MMA promotion again.
He tweeted: "Dana - Since you like me now, how about a 1 fight UFC deal to fight Conor.
"If I win, you agree to my UFC fighter pay and healthcare proposal.
"If I lose I donate my entire purse to all UFC fighters who make less than $50K a fight and never mention UFC again. Deal?"
Dana - Since you like me now, how about a 1 fight UFC deal to fight Conor.— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) March 12, 2022
If I win, you agree to my UFC fighter pay and healthcare proposal.
If I lose I donate my entire purse to all UFC fighters who make less than $50K a fight and never mention UFC again
White had a similar thought process to McGregor regarding Paul's pursuit of an Octagon clash.
He refused to rule out signing the 25-year-old to the premier MMA organisation.
"It’s not that he doesn’t have my respect, I don’t even know the kid," White told the FULL SEND podcast.
"To be honest with you, right here right now, this is the last time you’ll hear me talking about him. I’m done with it.
"Would I let him (in the UFC)? Well, he can do whatever he wants to do. I don’t know. I don’t think that would ever happen but listen, I never say never anymore."
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