UFC boss Dana White says Jake Paul has 'ZERO' chance of beating Conor McGregor and tells YouTuber have a 'real fight'

DANA WHITE said Jake Paul has 'ZERO' chance of beating Conor McGregor and told the YouTuber: 'Fight a real fight'.

Paul has continued to challenge McGregor in an attempt to prize the former UFC champion into the boxing ring.

As a result, it has seen him publicly feuding with UFC president White.

The promoter hit out at Paul and his choice of opponents while speaking to social media stars Nelk boys.

White said: "He's calling out Conor. Conor's a 145-pound champion and a 155-pound champion.

"You're f***ing way bigger than Conor."

Asked about Paul's chances of winning against McGregor, White said: "Zero."

Paul, 24, is 3-0 as a boxer, all by knockout, since his professional debut in 2020 but has so far faced limited opposition.

He has beaten online rival 'AnEsonGib' and ex-NBA player Nate Robinson, 37, and most recently retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 37.

Paul faces his biggest step up on August 29 against Tyron Woodley, 39, a former UFC champion.

But still White is yet to be convinced by the polarising celebrity, who has not yet fought a seasoned boxer.

He said: “The media is not really following as much as they did in the beginning.

"The stick is getting old, you know what I mean? I think for him to get the media back he's gonna have to really fight somebody.

"Because they’re tired of it. They're tired of the stick, ‘Hey it’s me, I weigh 190 and I want to fight these guys that weigh 170, 155, one-f***ing whatever and they are wrestling, they are 40-f***ing years old and they haven't won a fight in three f****g years.

"If you want to be taken seriously by the media he needs to fight a real fight.”


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