Jake Paul trolls Kamaru Usman with four-point tweet about UFC fighter refusing to fight 'Disney kid'

JAKE PAUL has trolled Kamaru Usman following the UFC welterweight champion's shutting down of a fight with him.

A few days after revealing his eagerness to beat 'the s*** out of one of these internet guys', The Nigerian Nightmare poured cold water on a showdown with the younger Paul brother.


Usman's backtracking on the fight bamboozled Paul, who took aim at the UFC's 170lb king with a four-point tweet.

Paul, who was cageside for Usman's brutal knockout of Jorge Masvidal last weekend, wrote: "So let’s get this straight:

"1. Usman calls me out to fight on TMZ sports interview.

“2. I quickly accept the challenge to fight and will give him biggest pay day of career ($10m+)

“3. Usman then backs out of fight because I’m “a Disney kid”

“4. Usman visits Disney world.”

Paul stretched his unbeaten record to 3-0 earlier this month with a first-round knockout of former UFC welterweight Ben Askren.

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The 24-year-old is targeting future fights with UFC stars Nate Diaz and Conor McGregor, bouts which have been laughed off by combat sports fans.

But the YouTuber insists the fights aren't out of his reach.

He said: “Even someone watching this interview right now is like, ‘Oh, this kid’s crazy.

"'Nate Diaz is such a dog, he’s going to kill Jake, he’s out of his mind.’ But they’re going to tune in and watch, right?

“It’s two massive names, and it would be a massive pay-per-view, and then when they see me obliterate him, they’re jaws are going to be dropped – they’re not going to know how to react.

"They’re going to think it’s rigged again.

“And at that moment in time, I’ll be undeniable to fight Conor McGregor, because I beat the guy that beat you, Conor.

"And the Jake Paul vs. Conor fight is a massive fight.

“I’m like, why wait? I don’t need to be in this sport forever. I’m not trying to get 100 fights.

"Let’s do the biggest fights right away.”

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