Jake Paul Reduces Terms Of Dana White Offer With One More Day For Him To Accept

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Jake Paul Reduces Terms Of Dana White Offer With One More Day For Him To Accept

Jake Paul has revealed that he's altered the terms of his challenge with UFC boss Dana White.

The 24-year-old YouTuber turned boxer put the offer to White, 52, on New Year's Day. It included him immediately retiring from boxing and fighting Jorge Masvidal in the UFC.

On top of that, Paul was asking for the minimum fighter pay per fight to be increased to $50,000 as well as guaranteeing fighters 50 percent of the UFC's annual revenues.

Dana White. Credit: Alamy
Dana White. Credit: Alamy

He also asked for White to provide long term healthcare to all fighters, explaining 'you previously said brain damage is part of the gig... imagine the NFL said that'.

Towards the end of the challenge/contract/offer - whatever you want to call it - Paul told White he had 'five days to accept' and from there he must implement the points by 31 March 2022.

Now he's changed the terms of the offer - specifically reducing the amount fighters are paid to $40,000 as well as asking for 40 percent revenue for the first five years as well as long term healthcare.


Taunting White, Paul said: "Or are you making another selfie video showing the world how much I’m in your head?"

He's referring to the video that Dana shared following allegations from Paul that he uses cocaine. You can watch it here:


In the clip he says: "Jake you never responded to the challenge, you publicly stated that I use cocaine. I do not. So I told you you could randomly cocaine test me for the next ten years.


"I believe that you're a cheater and I believe that you use steroids so I want to randomly steroid test you for the next two years."

In another episode of Jake trolling Dana, he changed his bio on Twitter so that it reads: "Waiting for my USADA drug test. I'm ready Dana. DM for address."

He also shared his thoughts after White claimed he believed Paul was on steroids, writing: "Dana White claimed my fights are fixed and THEN claimed I’m on steroids… So I’m on steroids to win fights that are already fixed for me to win? Sounds logical…"

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Topics: Jake Paul, Dana White, UFC, Boxing

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