UFC President Dana White and YouTuber Jake Paul just can’t stop arguing. Dana White recently called out Paul for the fact that YouTubers often tries to characterize him as a cocaine user. "I have a challenge for you, Jake Paul.
This guy keeps saying I'm on cocaine. Here's the thing. He can test me for cocaine at any time for the next ten years, if I can test him for steroids at any time in the next two." "was the challenge White had posed.
We waited a few days for Jake Paul’s response, but it was certainly the response would follow. That has happened now, and the guy who is trying to build a boxing career answered through a very interesting challenge for White himself.
'' Happy New Year, Dana White. Here's the real challenge for you. I will immediately retire from boxing and fight Jorge Masvidal in the UFC if you agree to: '' Paul began in his post, followed by a list of challenges for White.
"1.) Increase the payout to fighters per fight, to $ 50,000 (now $ 12,000)." '' 2.) Let UFC fighters be guaranteed 50 percent of the UFC's annual revenues (one billion dollars was that amount in 2021) '' "3.) Provide long-term health care and insurance to all your fighters (you said earlier that brain injuries are part of the game.
Imagine they said something like that from the NFL). There are a lot of UFC ex-fighters who have publicly said they suffer from brain damage." "You have five days to accept and implement the above by March 31, 2022.
Once you implement all this, I will instantly retire from boxing, enter the USADA program and sign a one-match deal with the UFC, to fight weak chin Jorge '' These are really big challenges for White and there is absolutely no chance of that happening.
The UFC would have to make three major changes to its business plan, and Paul expects Dana White, because of their discussion, to agree to such major changes in the business. Still, Paul believes UFC fighters themselves need to demand their rules louder.
'' To all UFC fighters, it's time to stand up and create value for yourselves and peers. You deserve higher pay and long-term health. Above all, you deserve freedom. Support each other. I am not your enemy, I am your advocate and I selfishly want to knock out a few of you, in order to make big money, '' Paul concluded his Twitter post.
The response of the UFC president was not long in coming. White addressed fans via Instagram on the occasion of Jake's call out, criticizing Nakisa Bidarian, a former chief financial officer within the UFC and now one of Jake Paul's advisers.
'' You never responded to the challenge. You have publicly stated that I consume cocaine. I told you, you can randomly test me for cocaine for the next 10 years." "I believe that you are cheater and that you are using a steroid, so I want to test you for the next two years, '' Dana began and then continued to look back at the roll call by Paul.
'' That thing you went public with today. No one on the planet thinks you wrote it. You're too stupid for that. And for those who don’t know, if you’ve ever watched one of Jake’s matches, and during the confrontation, you’ve spotted a guy in the middle who has a wart-like nose and a big wart on his face."
"Apparently, that's his manager. That guy (Nakisa Bidarian) used to be my accountant and I’m just going to say this: He doesn’t work for us anymore, and I think he’s a scumbag." "But if you two think you can do this better than we do, that we are doing everything wrong and that you are treating the fighters better: knock yourself out.
Start your business (promotion). It's easy. Let the warlock(Bidarian) be involved), he can help you get started." "What you two should be focused on is business. You tankin, you can't sell PPV. You call out Jorge Masvidal because he's a PPV superstar.
Nate Diaz, Conor McGregor, Mike Tyson, these are all superstars." "You're not, you can't sell PPVs. So do whatever the hell you want do. I'm ready to roll buddy. I don't use cocaine, but do you use steroids. Let's do it, Jake, '' White said.