Jake Paul’s answer to Conor McGregor’s criticism that his fight with Nate Diaz will be boring: “Go to rehab”

Even though Conor McGregor and Jake Paul as well as Nate Diaz have been involved in a feud in the past, the Irishman nonetheless watched the highly anticipated boxing bout between the three of them last night. “The Problem Child” was successful in defeating his opponent via unanimous decision. “The Problem Child” He was successful in down Diaz in the fifth round, which proved to be the deciding moment of the fight.

Conor McGregor seems to have been disinterested in the boxing match, as evidenced by the fact that he moved to Twitter in order to take aim at the well-known rapper Saweetie. Their competition was a competitive one.

It is clear that Jake Paul and Nate Diaz were the targets of the subtly insulting comment that Conor McGregor posted on Twitter. ‘The Problem Child’ made an appearance in front of the media after the bout was over, and during this time he was notified of McGregor’s tweet. In his reaction, Paul disregarded ‘The Notorious,’ and then proceeded to outline some lofty intentions for the future. This is what he said:

“I could care less about that person. He needs to check into rehabilitation. I want Canelo Alvarez, I want more professional boxers, and I want Nate Diaz to compete in mixed martial arts. “
Watch the video starting at 5:35 down below:

Jake Paul defeated Nate Diaz by scores of 97-92, 98-91, and 98-91 on the judges’ scorecards. This victory came after Jake Paul suffered a decision loss earlier this year to Tommy Fury. There have been whispers of a rematch between the two competitors in mixed martial arts (MMA), but nothing has been confirmed as of yet.

Charles Oliveira and Conor McGregor share back-and-forth on Twitter

Despite the Brazilian’s limited English proficiency, Conor McGregor and Charles Oliveira were still able to engage in a heated conversation on Twitter. After McGregor explained why he wanted to compete again in the octagon, ‘Do Bronx’ confronted the Irishman about his decision.

After ‘The Notorious’ finished the rehabilitation process on the leg he fractured against Dustin Poirier at UFC 264, he has been hinting for months that he will be making his return to the Octagon. The fact that Conor McGregor has not provided USADA with any samples for testing has led to rumors that he may not compete again, despite the fact that he has hinted that he will return.

As a result of what he said to ‘The Notorious,’ Charles Oliveira gives the impression that he thinks Conor McGregor has lost the desire to compete again:

“I’m laughing at you because you haven’t had any motivation in over 2 years.”

The name Conor McGregor

The name Conor McGregor


FIGHTING is what gives us MOTIVATION! twitter.com/thenotoriousmm…



Charles “DoBronxs” Oliveira, also known as “DoBronxs.”

Charles ‘DoBronxs’ Oliveira, also known as



You have been devoid of motivation for over two years. twitter.com/TheNotoriousMM…



Since then, McGregor has removed his comment, which contained the following statement:

“Still getting better from that leg break, you nobody. You are once more nobody at this point””Get off that Lamborghini, you broke bum!” “Get off that Lamborghini!”Tweets directed towards Charles Oliveira from McGregor, as seen in a screenshot

Tweets directed at Charles Oliveira from Conor McGregor, as seen on screen.

Charles Oliveira has established himself as a legitimate UFC superstar and is currently one of the organization’s most well-liked competitors. After defeating three lightweights ranked in the top five in the course of 18 months, his run to the championship won the hearts and minds of many mixed martial arts fans. At the beginning of this year, Oliveira defeated Beneil Dariush by technical knockout in the first round at UFC 289.

There has been speculation in the past about a fight between McGregor and Oliveira, and should it take place, it would be one of the most lucrative pay-per-view events in the history of the UFC.

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