YouTube star Jake Paul has intensified his spat with Dana White by slamming how much the UFC chief pays his fighters.
As reported by The Sun, the two personalities have been at loggerheads for months with White not a fan of the YouTuber’s move into pro boxing.
And he has also been angered by Paul calling for fights against various UFC stars — most notably Conor McGregor.
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Paul has now tweeted: “Dana White pays his ring girls more than his fighters” with a clown face emoji.
It is a dig back from Paul after White previously said the social media star will never step foot in an Octagon.
When asked if he’d contemplate getting into the Paul business, White told the media at the UFC 261 post-fight press conference: “He ain’t fighting in the UFC.
“You’re getting me talking about this f***ing guy again.”
Paul, 24, is 3-0 as a professional boxer following TKO victories over AnEson Gib, Nate Robinson and former UFC welterweight Ben Askren.
But the level of competition the former Disney star has faced has yet to impress veteran promoter White.
The 51-year-old said: “He’s getting hand-picked opponents and God knows what else is going with that whole f***ing thing.
“There is a market for that — that is not what I do.
“That is not what I do. People want to see that and it’s great and this kid is going to make a couple of bucks before this ride is over.
“It’s just not what I do.”
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Paul recently made headlines when he was involved in a scuffle with boxing legend Floyd Mayweather.
Jake’s brother Logan will fight Mayweather in a boxing exhibition — but Jake won’t be there after he was banned from attending after stealing The Money’s hat at the pre-fight presser.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission