Michael Bisping Trolls Jake Paul For Blatantly Stating His Goal To Beat Conor McGregor

Prateek Arya
|Published 04/12/2020

Jake Paul intends to create a huge impact in the combat world and thinks he is on track for a future bout with Conor McGregor.

Jake Paul has been on a roll lately. Following his thumping win over Nate Robinson in the boxing circuit, the YouTuber made rumblings by mentioning the names that he would like to challenge next.

While the 23-year-old is fairly new in the professional boxing space, but the full-time vlogger intends to keep making appearances in the 4-sided ring, and in lines with the same Jake Paul apparently has a long term plan in sights as well.

After Knocking out Robinson at the Staples Center, Paul made a bold assertion that he would KO Conor McGregor too. Now, almost a week has gone by but Jake Paul still holds his ground and in an interview with ESPN he has maintained the rhythm on challenging one of MMA’s finest professionals.

In the interview a very upbeat Jake Paul said, “I am dedicating my life to beating Conor McGregor.” Thus, it was just a matter of time before social media platforms were filled with reactions. And among the many Tweets and discussions, former UFC middleweight champion Michael Bisping’s opinion seemingly stands out.

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Michael Bisping Trolls Jake Paul For Blatantly Stating His Goal

Michael Bisping threw a response on a post by ESPN’s Marc Raimondi-which highlights the aforementioned claim by Paul- and quipped his version of objective, which he ostensibly thinks matches with Paul’s claim.

He wrote: I’m dedicating my life to becoming the first ballet dancer with no knees. Dream big people!

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Following this supposed cheeky dig Bisping admitted that he was joking and doesn’t have anything against Jake Paul.

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