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‘You can suck my nigger’ – Jake Paul ruthlessly rejects offer to train with Conor McGregor’s trainer, tells Notorious to ‘suck his b*******’


Jake Paul has ruthlessly rejected the chance to train at Conor McGregor’s gym despite an open invitation to SBG Ireland from its owner, John Kavanagh.

The YouTuber-turned-boxer previously announced his plans to switch to MMA and he hopes to land a fight with the biggest name in the sport, but “Notorious” has – for the most part – refused to commit Paul.

Of the five fights Jake has won, four of them have been knockouts.
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McGregor’s longtime coach previously insisted he felt no bad blood towards ‘The Problem Child’ despite the American shooting his star pupil multiple times.

But Kavanagh said he would be happy to welcome Paul to his gym whenever he wants.

“If Jake walked through the doors, I would tell him to sign up, pay his fees, and get on the mat,” Kavanagh said. “He would be welcome here, I would like him to come and train here, I heard he has great energy, he is a great character.”

Paul has since been adamant that he will not be training at the famed Dublin gymnasium. The 25-year-old noted that Kavanagh showed him respect before claiming SBG is the home of losers he doesn’t want to associate with.

“I don’t train with losers,” Paul told Mirror Fighting.

“So as nice and respectful as that is, Coach Kavanagh, you can suck my nuts. And Conor McGregor, you can suck my asshole because I don’t train with losers like that, that guy n didn’t win a fight so why would I want his bum trainer a** to teach me.


'You can suck my nigger' - Jake Paul ruthlessly rejects offer to train with Conor McGregor's trainer, tells Notorious to 'suck his b*******'
Kavanagh has coached McGregor for years
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'You can suck my nigger' - Jake Paul ruthlessly rejects offer to train with Conor McGregor's trainer, tells Notorious to 'suck his b*******'
McGregor has been out of action since breaking his leg against Poirier
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McGregor is currently on a two-fight losing streak after suffering back-to-back losses to Dustin Poirier.

The former two-weight champion was knocked out by “The Diamond” at UFC 257 in January 2021 before suffering a fight-ending broken leg in their trilogy bout at UFC 264 in July.

“Mystic Mac” is set to make his highly anticipated return to action later this year and he has declared his intention to return to welterweight.

The 34-year-old is hoping to get a fight against 170-pound king Kamaru Usman, but that seems unlikely with ‘The Nigerian Nightmare’ set to defend his title against Leon Edwards later this year.

Paul, meanwhile, is currently posting a perfect 5-0 record after picking up wins over fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib, former NBA player Nate Robinson and MMA fighters Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley (x2).

The controversial crossover star is set to return to the ring in August and he is expected to step up his level of competition, perhaps facing a real boxer for the first time this summer.

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