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Jake Paul feels NO sympathy for ‘piece of s***’ Conor McGregor after MMA star broke his leg in loss

Jake Paul feels NO sympathy for ‘piece of s***’ Conor McGregor after MMA star broke his leg in loss: YouTuber gifts $100,000 ‘Sleepy McGregor’ pendant to winner Dustin Poirier

  • YouTuber and part-time boxer Jake Paul said he doesn’t feel any sympathy for mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor, who recently broke his leg in a defeat
  • Paul told TMZ that McGregor is a ‘piece of s***,’ adding that he’s ‘an evil man’ 
  • Prior to Saturday’s fight, Paul commissioned a $100,000 diamond chain with a figurine pendant of ‘sleepy’ McGregor after his first loss to Dustin Poirier 
  • After Poirier beat McGregor for a second time on  Saturday, Paul offered the chain to the winner, who reportedly plans to auction it off for charity 
  • According to Paul, ‘the chain is more solid than McGregor’ 

YouTuber and part-time boxer Jake Paul said he doesn’t feel any sympathy for mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor after the ‘piece of s***’ suffered a broken leg in Saturday’s UFC title loss to Dustin Poirier.

‘He’s sitting there on the ground after losing, talking s*** to Dustin Poirier’s wife,’ Paul told TMZ. ‘I don’t feel bad at all.

‘I think he’s an evil man, and he had what was coming for him.’

Prior to Saturday’s fight, Paul commissioned a $100,000 diamond chain with a figurine pendant of ‘sleepy’ McGregor — a nod to the Irish MMA fighter’s previous loss to Poirier in January when he appeared to be asleep after suffering a second-round technical knockout.

As a reward for Poirier’s win on Saturday, his second in the trilogy with McGregor, Paul sent the chain to the UFC lightweight, who reportedly plans to auction it off for charity.

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Prior to Saturday's fight, Paul commissioned a $100,000 diamond chain with a figurine pendant of 'sleepy' McGregor — a nod to the Irish MMA fighter's previous loss to Poirier in January when he appeared to be asleep after suffering a second-round technical knockout. As a reward for Poirier's win on Saturday, his second in the trilogy with McGregor, Paul sent the chain to the UFC lightweight, who reportedly plans to auction it off for charity

YouTuber and part-time boxer Jake Paul said he doesn’t feel any sympathy for mixed martial arts star Conor McGregor after the ‘piece of s***’ suffered a broken leg in Saturday’s UFC title loss to Dustin Poirier. Prior to Saturday’s fight, Paul commissioned a $100,000 diamond chain with a figurine pendant of ‘sleepy’ McGregor — a nod to the Irish MMA fighter’s previous loss to Poirier in January when he appeared to be asleep after suffering a second-round technical knockout. As a reward for Poirier’s win on Saturday, his second in the trilogy with McGregor, Paul sent the chain to the UFC lightweight, who reportedly plans to auction it off for charity

Conor McGregor is carried off on a stretcher after losing to Dustin Poirier in a UFC 264 lightweight mixed martial arts bout on Saturday in Las Vegas

Conor McGregor is carried off on a stretcher after losing to Dustin Poirier in a UFC 264 lightweight mixed martial arts bout on Saturday in Las Vegas

Dustin Poirier kicks McGregor on his way to his second straight win over the Irish MMA star

Dustin Poirier kicks McGregor on his way to his second straight win over the Irish MMA star

‘He sent me the address I’m sending him the chain,’ Paul told TMZ. ‘And I think he’s raffling it off for charity. Someone should actually be able to get the chain.

‘I think he deserves [the chain],’ Paul said of Poirier. ‘I think it’s hilarious. I hope he takes a picture with it and posts it on Instagram.’

According to Paul, ‘the chain is more solid than McGregor.’

Like Paul, McGregor has dabbled in boxing, losing to undefeated Floyd Mayweather by TKO in the 10th round in 2017.

Paul has previously suggested he and McGregor could box each other in a pay-per-view event, and claims he offered the MMA star a $50 million payday to do so. However, as Paul explained to TMZ, that offer is no longer on the table.

Paul's 'Sleepy McGregor' pendant is a nod to the Irish MMA's star's first loss to Poirier

Paul’s ‘Sleepy McGregor’ pendant is a nod to the Irish MMA’s star’s first loss to Poirier 

‘I just love to see McGregor plummet,’ Paul said. ‘He was a meteoric star that’s not just taking a nose dive. Before I wanted to fight him. And I offered him $50 million and now my offer’s $23.

Paul currently has plans to box another MMA star, Tyron Woodley, in a pay-per-view event on August 28. The event is being produced by Showtime, which recently signed Paul to a multi-fight deal. 

Although Paul is undefeated at 3-0, he’s only boxed former MMA fighters, a fellow YouTuber, and retired NBA star Nate Robinson. 

‘I haven’t been hit in three fights,’ Paul said while promoting his fight with Woodley on Tuesday. ‘That’s a fact. I just want to add some experience to my belt.’

Despite his relative inexperience, Paul said he hopes to fight Mexico’s Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez, considered by many to be the best boxer, pound-for-pound, in the world.  

‘I want to fight Canelo Alvarez in three years,’ Paul said. ‘I want to be a world champion. Tyron is the perfect person to maybe get me to the third round.’ 

Paul (right) currently has plans to box another MMA star, Tyron Woodley (left), on August 28

Paul (right) currently has plans to box another MMA star, Tyron Woodley (left), on August 28

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