YouTuber turned boxer Paul has been in a bitter feud with White for months with things escalating rapidly.
Paul is furious with UFC's pay structure, while White hasn't bought into the 24-year-old's boxing career and believes he inflates pay-per-view numbers.
'The Problem Child' only sees it ending one way and he told MMA Fighting ahead of Sunday's clash with Tyron Woodley: "I think it [the feud with Dana White] ends with me running into him at a club in Vegas and me knocking him the f*** out.
"We go back and forth, at the end of the day. He's always talking about me, I'm always talking about him.
"He's trying to discredit what I'm doing - one moment he loves Tyron Woodley and he's a five-time UFC champion and Dana White's saying, 'He's one of the greatest welterweights ever'
"And then, boom, 12 months later he sucks. Jake Paul's fighting him, blah blah blah. He's just trying to discredit anything that I do.
"Which, of course, that's what I would do if I was in his position. He's a smart guy."
White took issue with Paul's victory over Ben Askren in April, scoffing at the reported 1.5 million buy rate.
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"The numbers that you are hearing that they did are full of s**t," White explained earlier this year.
"They are full of s**t, okay? They didn't pull those kinds of numbers at all. Not even f**king close.
"The numbers are there? Nah, I don't know if the numbers are there."
Anthony Taylor, who has been training with Paul, claims to have made more money with the Cleveland-native than in his entire MMA career.
"I had the opportunity to fight in Cage Warriors but I couldn't pass up the money Jake was offering," Taylor told Betway Insider.
"I'm getting paid more money as Jake's training partner in two months than I made in my whole entire MMA career in six years. I swear to god, I made more money with Jake in two months than my whole MMA career.
"That's disturbing when you think about it, because I fought for Bellator. I've fought two top five contenders in Bellator and I had a good run. It's time to take it up a notch and fight for the UFC.
"Jake's ready to go, we're just fine-tuning his technique, we don't need to break down the body, we don't need the hard sparring. Just expect that Jake is going to look amazingly different.
"The kid gave up his house in California to move to Puerto Rico to train and he's ready to go. Tune in on August 29th for some fireworks from him and from me as well."
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