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Jake Paul curiously spent $100,000 on a series depicting Conor McGregor after a knockout loss, which he confirmed off in a video Saturday:
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Contemporary $100okay Sleepy Mcgregor Chain pic.twitter.com/Aqcsk6feZk
The chain is in step with the image of McGregor on the mat after a loss to Dustin Poirier.
The social media neatly-known person in most cases identified as on McGregor to be triumphant in Saturday’s bout against Poirier.
“Howdy McGregor, you better take tonight, in any other case your profession is over,” Paul stated. “And in case you lose, that $50 million bet I gave that it’s also possible to honest no longer be on the desk.”
Paul previously made a $50 million offer to combat McGregor and confirmed his “proof of funds” in December, per TMZ Sports.
McGregor is first on the lookout for to continue his UFC profession, with a take against Poirier doubtlessly placing him in line for one other title shot. Paul, in the meantime, is factual getting started in his professional boxing profession with a 3-0 jabber and an upcoming combat against Tyron Woodley on the desk.