Dana White after Jake Paul’s KO prediction

Las Vegas- Dana White seems unfazed by recent threatening comments from YouTuber-turner-boxer Jake Paul.

Following the conclusion of UFC on ESPN 30 at the UFC Apex, White was asked about Paul’s recent statement that if he ran into White, their feud would end with Paul”knock him out.”
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The proposal that makes sense to the UFC president who poked fun at Paul’s boxing opponents, including post-UFC career athletes Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley.

“It actually makes sense,” White told MMA Junkie during the UFC on ESPN 30 post-fight press conference. “I am 52 years old. I’m in the age bracket of guys he’s fighting so yeah, I could see he wanted to fight me. It’s everything he’s fighting against 50-year-olds.”

White said he doesn’t take Paul’s threat all that seriously — at least not enough to organize legal papers. As with his fighters, White expects “mean things” to be said in the martial arts world, even when it’s aimed at him.

“Let me tell you something,” White said. “Get in line. There’s plenty of people who want to attack me. Get in line. It’s a long line, friend. You’re going to wait. No, I don’t care. This is the business we’re in I also say it all the time about the fighters. We’re not in the business of nice people. This is a very mean thing. I also say a lot of mean things about people. It’s just part of this game. It’s already good.”

The Back-and-forth is the final chapter in the Paul and White saga. While White has long said he isn’t interested in doing business with Paul, the YouTuber turned boxer has remained relentless in his prodding. He is constantly trying to prank the UFC president while bringing up the issue of paying fighters.

Paul, 24, will face former UFC welterweight champion Woodley in Cleveland on Sunday as the headliner of a Showtime pay-per-view. He will try to advance to 4-0 as a professional boxer against Woodley, a professional boxing debutant.

UFC on ESPN 30 took place on Saturday at the UFC Apex. The card aired on ESPN and streamed on ESPN+.

Watch Dana White’s full UFC on ESPN 30 post-fight press conference in the video above.

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