Jake Paul Releases Video Of Conor McGregor With “Hooker” In Viral Rant About “The Notorious”

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Jake Paul is back in go mode for his Aug. 6 fight against Hasim Rahman Jr., but his current Twitter target is “The Notorious” Conor McGregor. Paul made a video responding to some unsavory tweets directed at him from McGregor and went into total meltdown all over the controversial MMA fighter. He even attempted to expose McGregor and UFC President Dana White, accused them of cavorting with prostitutes.

“You have a lot to say about me but I’m sharing millions of dollars with underpaid fighters while you’re sharing hookers with Dana White. Oops I’m sorry, Conor. I know your PR team was trying to hide that video.”

Ouch.

Paul set it off on McGregor, hurling accusation after accusation after getting offended by McGregor’s virtual shrugging off his relevance.

“Conor McGregor just tweeted at me because of this interview. He has to get active again. Who knows when that’s going to happen. Here are his tweets and here’s my response. Conor, Conor, Conor, you’re more active on Twitter than you are in the Octagon. Stop taking Trenbolone and start taking fights.”

Trenbolone is a steroid used on livestock to increase muscle growth and appetite. Paul is referencing the videos of McGregor looking bulked up on social media.

“You’re more actively cheating on your wife than you are in the Octagon,” Paul said. “Your priorities are mixed up. Put down the bottle and get back to fighting. You haven’t won a fight in five f***ing years, and the last one you did was against Cowboy Cerrone who hasn’t won a fight against anyone since fighting you.”

“I’m a nobody you say in this tweet,” Paul continued. “Well, yeah, you’re right, I’m just a f**king kid from Ohio, I really am a nobody. But this is where you fought your sixth fight; there’s literally two people in the crowd; and this is where I’m going to be fighting my sixth fight, Madison Square Garden, the Mecca of boxing. August 6th, I know you’ll be watching, kiddo. Here’s another fun fact: In your 18th fight you made $150,000. In my fifth fight I made $15 million.”

Paul also wanted McGregor to know he is a pay-per-view star in his own right in only five fights. However, Paul left the door open for the two to settle their differences in the ring and make some money simultaneously.

“You want to talk about pay-per-view buys? Nate Robinson, 1.8 million. Ben Askren 500,000. Tyron Woodley I, 500,000, Tyron Woodley II, no one even wanted to see that fight, and we got 200,000 pay-per-view buys. In the last five years, you’ve had zero pay-per-view buys because you don’t f**king fight.

“You shouldn’t have f**ked with me, Conor. This is my game. There’s a new king in town. I’m running sh*t now. What’s up, Conor? What’s up? What’s up? Last year, while I won knockout of the year, you were just getting knocked out. Fix your calcium deficiency. Stop breaking your bones, and let’s get in the f**king ring and make $200 million.”

Paul feels that his independence from an organization like the UFC puts him at an advantage where he doesn’t have to get permission to fight opponents.

“Conor, no matter how you slice it, we’re just not on the same level. I’m my own boss. Yeah, you made $100 million when you fought Floyd, but Dana took half of it, so no matter what you do or what you make, cut that sh*t in half. If we went net worth for net worth I would sh*t on you, Conor. Put the bottle down, get off of Twitter, get back in the ring and shut the f**k up. I’m going to put you back on a leash. F**k you, Conor.”

Will Conor take the bait? Your move, McGregor.

Rhett Butler is a Boxing Writer Association of America Journalist, Play-By-Play Commentator, Combat Sports Insider, and Former Mixed Martial Arts and Boxing Promoter. The New York City native honed his skills at various news outlets including but not limited to: TIME Magazine, Money Magazine, CNN's Wolf Blitzer Reports, and more. Rhett hosts the PRITTY Left Hook podcast, a polarizing combat sports insider's take featuring the world's biggest names.