Jake Paul promises to KO Nate Diaz after he defeats Tyron Woodley
Jake Paul watches Logan Paul’s post-fight press conference backstage at Miami’s Hard Rock Stadium following the latter’s boxing exhibition with Floyd Mayweather Jr. on June 6, 2021. | Photo by Cliff Hawkins/Getty Images
Jake Paul calls out Nate Diaz following his decision loss to Leon Edwards.
Jake Paul has called out Nate Diaz following the latter’s decision loss to Leon Edwards at UFC 263 this past weekend.
Paul, who has a rivalry with Diaz dating back to December, has promised to KO the UFC fan favorite after he defeats Tyron Woodley in the boxing ring on Aug. 28.
I will knockout Nate Diaz after I knockout Woodley
— Paul Paul (@jakepaul) June 13, 2021
“I will knockout Nate Diaz after I knockout Woodley,” the YouTuber posted on Saturday evening, following Diaz’ five-round fight against Edwards.
Diaz actually started the feud with Paul after he promised to beat Jake up following the Disney star’s callout of Conor McGregor last year.
“Jake Paul you need your ass beat for free u spoiled f***,” Diaz Tweeted.
“You can’t really fight dumbs*** you’re gonna end up with your ass whooped for real somewhere talking like that.”
Diaz may have lost to Edwards but The Ultimate Fighter 5 winner is still as popular as ever and maintains one of the most loyal followings in the sport. He almost finished ‘Rocky’ in the fifth round after being bloodied and battered for four rounds prior. The UFC veteran has vowed to remain active after a slew of inactivity over the past two years and is expected to return to the octagon in ‘three or four month’s’ time.
Paul will take on Woodley in a boxing match on Aug. 28 at a TBA location.