Jake Paul receives chilling warning as he’s called out twice after Askren KO
Jake Paul was called out twice within hours of his 60-second knockout of Ben Askren, with Conor McGregor's gym-mate Dillon Danis promising to "put this c*** out cold" in a chilling warning to the social media star.
Paul took his professional boxing record to 3-0 with the first round win over MMA fighter turned boxer Askren, with his victory following on from wins over fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib and then former NBA star Nate Robinson.
The 24-year-old called out both McGregor and Nate Diaz before the fight against Askren, and then McGregor afterwards for good measure, but it was Bellator welterweight Danis' chilling message on social media which caught the most attention.
He wrote: "It's on 100% send me the contract let's do this i'm gonna put this c*** out cold."
He then added: "Let me save the MMA community."
The pair had been due to meet earlier this year, only for a knee injury to force Danis to pull out.
British light-heavyweight boxer and reality television star Tommy Fury – who has a 5-0 professional record – also called out Paul after the fight, simply tweeting: "I'm ready to give the people what they want @jakepaul."
After his win, Paul discussed the sexual assault allegations he denies and the recent loss of his security guard Shadow.
"I'm going to do whatever I want, I feel like I'm living in a dream right now," he said.
"I've had so much on my mind for the last 10 days and I've had to hold it together. I've dealt with allegations, death… the list goes on.
"I don't know what's next for me, I've fought three times, talked a lot of s***, I'm going to enjoy my life for a second.
"When Shadow (his bodyguard) passed away it was one of the weirdest, most difficult things i had to deal with in my life.
"I still haven't processed it, it's hard and to have to hold it together as a warrior for my team…
"I had to suppress my emotions and when I got the 'W' it all set in, this is truly for him. I wish he was here to experience this moment.
"I said this fight would be easier than the Nate Robinson fight; at one point I was the underdog, that sounds crazy but i was the underdog.
"I knew Ben would sit there like a typical MMA fighter and have no head movement. I'm just too powerful."
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