‘You deserve this chain more than me, good always defeats evil!’: Jake Paul sends Dustin Poirier hand written note with $100k ‘Sleepy McGregor’ necklace after UFC 264 victory over Irishman
- Conor McGregor suffered another damaging loss to Dustin Poirier at UFC 264
- Jake Paul has been desperately trying to bait the Irishman into a boxing match
- The vlogger had a $100,000 diamond-encrusted necklace made to mock him
- Paul wore it at the event and has now gifted the necklace to Poirier, with a note
Jake Paul is going all-out to mock Conor McGregor after his leg-breaking loss to Dustin Poirier, gifting the American a $100,000 diamond necklace.
The former two-division UFC champion’s spiralling fall from grace hit a new low in Las Vegas, with a doctor stoppage called after the Irishman snapped his left leg late in round one.
McGregor’s legacy and career are on the ropes after back-to-back losses, and Paul was inside the T-Mobile Arena on Sunday waiting to capitalise on the MMA icon’s downfall.
Jake Paul has gifted a $100,000 diamond necklace to Dustin Poirier mocking Conor McGregor
The Irishman’s second successive defeat, this time breaking his leg, saw him hit a new low
The YouTuber, who is set to box Tyrone Woodley in August, had the bling ‘sleepy McGregor’ necklace made in the build-up to UFC 264, depicting the fighter slumped against the cage after his first defeat to Poirier.
After the American’s arm was lifted following a dominated first round, Paul tweeted: ‘Aye @DustinPoirier want me to ship this to you? $100k gift from me I think you deserve it lmk [let me know]’.
The lightweight replied ‘send it over’ and Paul has obliged, attaching a note scribbled in dreadful handwriting.
‘Dear Dustin, congrats for your much earned victory,’ the former Disney star wrote.
Poirier was happy to engage with Paul in mocking his rival, asking him to send the necklace
Paul is aiming to bait McGregor into a boxing fight, but has so far been ignored by the star
McGregor was dominated in the first round before the doctors stoppage after snapping his leg
‘I love what you are doing with your Good Fight Foundation! You deserve this chain more than me! Good always beats evil! Keep winning!
‘P.S Tell Jolie I said hi – she’s a badass!’
Paul has been consistently harassing McGregor for a boxing match with various stunts, but has so-far been ignored.
Before the Dubliner’s loss on Fight Island in January, Paul offered $50million to setup a bout, but tweeted that his ‘new offer’ is just $23.