Jake Paul: ‘I Will Beat’ Conor McGregor In Next Two Years
While promoting his December bout with Tommy Fury, Jake Paul confirmed that he plans to face Conor McGregor in the future.
Jake Paul is promoting his upcoming fight.
But he is also looking forward to a possible mega-bout down the road.
Paul, who will take on Tommy Fury in December, was asked about facing Conor McGregor in the future.
“I will beat him,” Paul said during his press conference on Bleacher Report.
Jake Paul says a fight between him and Conor McGregor will probably happen in the next 24 months 👀
"I will beat him"
(via @BleacherReport) pic.twitter.com/OoRhkCIFPH
— Pickswise (@Pickswise) November 15, 2021
Paul added that the bout will take place in the next 24 months.
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So far in 2021, Paul has bested Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley in boxing matches. He also topped Nate Robinson, a former NBA player, in 2020.
McGregor is currently recovering from his injury suffered in a loss to Dustin Poirier.
Quick reaction, what do you think? Is there interest in seeing Paul face McGregor inside a boxing ring? As we are assuming there is no chance he would agree to MMA rules.
Paul and Fury are set for December 18 from the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida. Fury is the younger half-brother of boxing heavyweight champion Tyson Fury and is 7-0 in his pro career.
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