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Jake Paul Aims Ruthless Dig At Conor McGregor, Kamaru Usman And Tyron Woodley In One Brutal Post

Nasir Jabbar

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Jake Paul Aims Ruthless Dig At Conor McGregor, Kamaru Usman And Tyron Woodley In One Brutal Post

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Jake Paul took to social media to troll Conor McGregor, Kamaru Usman, Daniel Cormier, Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley in ONE brutal post.

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'The Problem Child' has also been linked with the likes of McGregor, Usman and Cormier following ruthless call-outs and Twitter exchanges.

Image: PA
Image: PA

And, of course, he's already fought Askren - knocking him out in one round in his last bout.

Paul continued to poke fun at his rivals by posting a cheeky Father's Day tweet.

He tweeted: "As a father myself, today means a lot to me. even though they've all lost a lot... my sons all have made me so proud," accompanied with a damning picture collage of McGregor, Usman, Cormier, Askren and Woodley.

Paul improved his professional boxing record to 3-0 following his destruction of Askren.

He's now gunning for ex-UFC welterweight champion Woodley, who is on a four-fight losing skid.

But 'The Chosen One' packs a serious punch with Paul claiming the 'world would be so happy' if he or his brother Logan get knocked out in the ring.

He told his brother: "Imagine if one of us gets knocked out, the world would be so happy.

"The Earth will smile, that's what people want.

"They want to see it happen because they don't wanna respect us as 'boxers'."

Topics: Conor Mcgregor, Ben Askren, Boxing News, Daniel Cormier, Tyron Woodley, UFC News, Boxing, Jake Paul, Fight News, UFC, Kamaru Usman

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