Jake Paul says UFC president Dana White can 'suck this d**k' following his win against Anderson Silva
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Jake Paul said UFC president Dana White can 'suck this d**k' following his win against Anderson Silva.
The YouTuber went head to head with the MMA legend in the early hours of the morning (30 October), winning the bout by unanimous decision - 77-74, 78-73, 78-73.
As is often the case, Paul had a few things he wanted to get off his chest in the aftermath of his victory.
During the press conference, he was asked whether he had a 'message' for Dana White, who had been 'critical' of the fight beforehand.
And of course, he did.
"Dan, bro, you said I wouldn't do this, and I did it, and with flying colours," the 25-year-old said.
"He's in hiding, you know, he's doing everything he can to stop my run, to sabotage my fights.
"He hates me, he hates me, he hates what I'm doing, he hates I'm exposing his business.
"And now, we're gonna band together and create a united fighters association to help UFC fighters, all mma fighters, and boxers, to get more fighter pay, long term healthcare.
"And that's a big undertaking I've been wanting to do for the whole entire time of my career.
"So, man, Dana White can suck this d**k."
This isn't the first time Paul has had a few choice words for the UFC owner, though.
Last year, White came out and said he would never work with either Jake or his brother Logan.
He said: "First of all, I would never do business with those guys, just no.
"No, this is not what we do. I'm not gonna f***ing loan them a guy for f**ing what? There's no way. You got plenty of f***ing goofballs out there that you can muster up to get in there and play these games that these guys are playing. Yeah, I'm not your guy."
The comments clearly didn't go unnoticed by Paul, who later posted a photo of himself on Instagram, writing in the caption: "Enjoying my 15 minutes of fame."
He also tagged the location of the pic as 'UFC Headquarters', although it appears to be taken on a private jet.
For context, he then shared a clip of White's interview with ESPN - you know, just in case his trolling was a little on the subtle side.
Not that there's ever much danger of that with the Paul brothers.