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Jake Paul responds to Nate Diaz’s callout: ‘You’re a hoe’

Jake Paul didn’t take long to respond to Nate Diaz’s callout.

After pulling off a majority decision victory in the boxing ring in a rematch with Jorge Masvidal, Diaz turned his attention to a few past opponents, including Paul.

During his post-fight interview with Brian Campbell, Diaz had a few choice words for his former opponent, who he lost a unanimous decision to in their boxing match last August.

“I’m going to beat Jake Paul’s f*cking ass, and I’m down to fight the highest-ranked boxer I can find,” Diaz said. “… And my main objective, like it’s always been, is to be the best fighter in the world, so I want to go back and get the UFC title. Leon Edwards, Jake Paul, and anyone else: You’re dead.”

“Oh, the heart is still beating,” Paul said in a video response to Diaz posted to social media. Paul, who was watching the post-fight interview, mocked his former foe’s stutter in the video, along with a caption that claims the UFC veteran ducked a lucrative MMA fight under the PFL banner.

“F*ck you Nate Diaz you’re a hoe who ducked my PFL $15m MMA offer,” Paul wrote in the caption of the video on X. “Masvidal trash too smh.”

Paul, who is signed with the PFL for MMA competition, has yet to make his debut in the sport.

Diaz picked up his first professional boxing win in a controversial majority decision win over Masvidal. It was the second time the pair met in combat sports following their first fight for the inaugural BMF title fight at UFC 244 in 2019.

Paul and Diaz have consistently chirped at each other since their meeting at American Airlines Center in Dallas. It’s unclear if a rematch will come together in the future, but for now, Paul has his hands busy with a bout against UFC veteran turned bareknuckle boxing star Mike Perry in July and a rescheduled bout against boxing legend Mike Tyson in November.

 

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