“You Have 6 Times as Many Losses as Ben Askren”- Jake Paul Gets Nate Diaz Involved in a War of Words

Published 11/23/2021, 10:56 AM EST


The world of boxing and mixed martial arts have seen many crossovers in recent years. In the most recent episode of this rivalry, veteran UFC fighter Nate Diaz and rising boxer Jake Paul seem ready to face off against each other. Recently, the two were involved in a war of words on Twitter.

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Nate attacked BJ Penn’s website for praising Jake’s boxing pedigree, which led to the internet sensation responding with an interesting remark that Nathan simply cannot deny.

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The war of words continued between the two, as Jake reminded him of all the losses he has on his record. Nate is truly one of the most electrifying figures in the MMA world, but it still cannot hide the fact that his record isn’t extraordinary with 21 wins and 13 losses. He compared Nate’s record to Ben Askren who has

Nate offered his own take on Jake’s career and reminded him that he hadn’t faced any legitimate competition. He also suggested that in a real fight, Jake would have a hard time keeping things together, as he only boxes with wrestlers.

Could Nate Diaz be Jake Paul’s opponent after Tommy Fury?

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Nate’s comments are valid only till Jake steps into the ring with Tommy Fury, who is the younger brother of WBC World Heavyweight Champion Tyson Fury. This match between the two will truly test Jake’s ability to take punishment and deal with adversity of unparalleled skill in the sweet science. This will be the first occasion when he will go toe-toe against a marquee name in the business.

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Nate isn’t going to fight for a title anytime soon. His losing streak, coupled with no wins against a top 10 contender, will keep him out of the loop for a long time. However, he can still make serious money by facing Jake Paul in 2022 after his contract with UFC expires. Fans would love to see Nate knocking out the young boxer and even if he suffers a bad loss, he can still make a lot of money.

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Ayank Chourasia

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Ayank Chourasia is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. He has been writing since 2016 across various fields, having done his BBA from T.I.

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