June 27, 2022

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Nate Diaz sends problem to Jake Paul amid UFC contract dispute

MMA star Nate Diaz has hinted at doubtlessly combating Jake Paul within the close to future as he’s referred to as upon the UFC to launch him from his contract in the event that they’re not giving him fights. 

In his brief time being concerned on the earth of boxing, Jake Paul has referred to as out loads of big-name fighters and been concerned in lots of subsequent wars of phrases with these targets.

It’s not simply boxers, although, that he’s been calling out. He continually trades verbal jabs with Conor McGregor and Dillon Danis, and there was the concept of himself and Logan combating Nate and Nick Diaz on some form of tremendous card.

Whereas that hasn’t come to fruition simply but, it appears as if Nate is intent on getting his arms on Jake sooner or later, particularly as he’s nonetheless locked in a contract dispute with the UFC.

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Jake Paul is at present 5-0 in his boxing profession.

The Stockton native hasn’t fought contained in the Octagon since June of 2021, however he’s been itching to get again into motion as he’s repeatedly referred to as on the UFC to present him one other combat.

As that doesn’t appear to be occurring, Diaz has seemingly turned his consideration to combating Jake – or a minimum of utilizing the social media star to get UFC’s consideration.

On June 21, he tweeted a video of Jake knocking out Tyron Woodley of their second combat and referred to as on the UFC to let him out of his contract. “UFC launch now please or give me a combat with anybody in July or August. I’ve larger sh*t to do,” he stated.

With Nate mentioning August, it didn’t take lengthy for some replies to counsel that he needs to be part of Jake’s return to motion on August 6.

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Whereas Jake has obtained a combat date sorted, he hasn’t introduced an opponent. May it’s Nate, if it isn’t Tommy Fury? We’ll simply have to attend and see.