YouTuber and boxing wannabe Jake Paul has actually provided his savage take on a few of the huge names in the world of MMA, impersonating the similarity UFC employer Dana White, Irish megastar Conor McGregor and Nate Diaz in a scathing satire act.
Emboldened by his knockout win versus previous NBA star Nate Robinson on the undercard of the Mike Tyson versus Roy Jones Jr battle at the end of November, social networks star Paul has actually stepped up his project to discover his next challenger, with his choice relatively being a huge name from the world of MMA.
Paul– whose bro Logan is set to deal with Floyd Mayweather in a rather implausible boxing contest in February– has actually currently provided a $50 million deal to previous UFC two-weight king McGregor, although the Irishman has so far not even dignified the YouTuber’s expletive-laden advances with an action.
Other names Paul has actually tossed around consist of McGregor’s training partner and Bellator MMA fighter Dillon Danis, along with retired previous UFC middleweight champ Michael Bisping.
This week, ex-UFC and ONE Championship welterweight Ben ‘Funky’ Askren tossed his hat into the ring, promising to “humble” the 23-year-old “like millions of people want to see.”
Paul has actually now having a gone at all those names and more in a foul-mouthed clip published to his combined following of more than 18 million on Instagram and Twitter.
Titled ‘MMA chronicles part one’, the clip begins with Paul in the guise of UFC veteran Nate Diaz– who has actually formerly identified the social networks star “a spoiled f*ck” who will “end up with your ass whooped for real.”
A joint-smoking Diaz, played by Paul, is heard stating he will “Stockton slap the sh*t out of that little punk” as he sits in a car.
The clip then turns to a whining Dillon Danis – again played by Paul – who is heard moaning that the YouTuber “Facetimed my girl” – referring to Paul’s audacious recent efforts to get in touch with Danis’ model girlfriend Savannah Montano.
“Bro he Factimed my girl, I don’t know what to, I don’t want to fight him do because I’m only good at jiu-jitsu and sh*t, I’m blaming my knee injury,” Paul taunts in the guise of Danis.
The satire then continues as Paul sends up a one-eyed Bisping, before the YouTuber moves on to UFC chief Dana White.
“I think he should fight Amanda Nunes, I mean I have a small penis and I suck Conor McGregor’s d*ck all day long,” jibes Paul as he plays the UFC boss.
Then comes Paul’s take on brash-mouthed McGregor, as the YouTube sensation puts on the Dubliner’s Irish accent as he claims he ” would not even clean his ass with $50 million.”
Next up, Paul ridicules retired UFC fighter Askren, who was infamously knocked out in five seconds by Jorge Masvidal at UFC 239 in July 2019.
Paul’s version of Askren is jokingly asked whether he lasts longer in bed than he did in the Octagon with Masvidal.
The clip racked up more than 2 million views in 10 hours on Instagram, while some replies on Twitter praised Paul for his stand-up skills.
“This is actually funny and he is trolling, people saying its bad and cringe, are just salty,” replied one fan.
This is really amusing and he is trolling, individuals stating its bad and cringe, are simply salted.
— Clickhead1 (@Clickhead1YT) December 24, 2020
“I don’t hate the hustle,” composed boxing promoter Lou DiBella.
“Hehehe the whole video is gold,” checked out another action.
British UFC icon Bisping– one target of Paul’s satire– took the clip in excellent humor, composing: “Fair play! Haha”.
Elsewhere, impressionist Al Foran– famous for his own handles McGregor– alerted Paul: “Don’t even think about it asswipe.”
Others alerted that Paul would infuriate the MMA world with the clip, which it was “strange f*cking times we’re living in.”
Paul appears desperate to strike while the iron is hot, having actually ended up previous New York Knicks star Robinson with a thunderous KO in the 2nd round of their bout in LA at the end of November.
That was Paul’s 2nd acknowledged boxing bout, after he made a TKO win versus fellow YouTuber Ali Eson Gib previously in 2020.
We wait for to see if Paul’s goading of the MMA world lands him his next challenger for 2021, however his efforts at self-promotion definitely can’t be faulted.