‘I want to fight for free’ – Jake Paul offers to fight Nate Diaz in the UFC

Jake Paul is willing to fight Nate Diaz in the UFC for free, but under one – or two – conditions: The UFC increases fighter pay and offers health care across the board.

Paul made the offer following Diaz’s latest request to be released from the UFC, where the Californian teased a switch to boxing.

“Dana – I’m happy to be Nate’s last fight in the UFC. You know the terms: pay warriors more and give them health care. Sweetener: I want to fight for free, ”tweeted Paul, who has 5-0 in boxing, in response to Diaz.

Paul’s comments come after UFC President Dana White agreed that Diaz “should probably continue and fight Paul” in boxing.

Note that Paul has agreed to fight Diaz in MMA, not boxing. But it is unlikely that White would consider matchup in the UFC let alone agree to the aforementioned terms of health care and fighter pay. It is also highly unlikely that White would enter into negotiations with a YouTuber who wrote a diss number about him.

25-year-old Paul is also interested in a boxing match with former undisputed heavyweight champion Mike Tyson and is confident the match will be completed before the end of the year.

Paul last fought under the SHOWTIME banner in 2021, beating former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in the sixth round.

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