Jake Paul spoofs Conor McGregor, Nate Diaz and other MMA fighters in hilarious video

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Simon Samano, The Blue Corner
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Here’s the thing about Jake Paul: If you’re telling me that the guy is famous in the first place for being good at social media, then I want to see the content to prove it.

I think we got some of that Wednesday.

The YouTube star-turned-professional boxer spoofed some of the biggest names in MMA, including Conor McGregor, Nate Diaz, Ben Askren, Michael Bisping, Dillon Danis, and yes, even UFC president Dana White – all of whom had something to say about Paul in recent weeks with the exception of McGregor.

You can watch Paul’s “MMA Chronicles Part 1” in the video below, but fair warning that there’s a lot of NSFW language:

What did you think? I really hate how much I thought that was funny, but it was.

Paul’s video, of course, is a continued effort to line up a boxing match with an MMA fighter, which he’s been doing ever since knocking out former NBA star Nate Robinson last month on the Mike Tyson vs. Roy Jones Jr. pay-per-view. Paul has been pushing the envelope to get McGregor to bite, but so far he’s been unsuccessful. He’s also gone after McGregor’s teammate Danis.

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As of now, it appears Paul could be settling for a boxing match with Askren on March 28, though nothing is official despite Askren publicly accepting his challenge.

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