Jake Paul ‘accepts’ Kamaru Usman challenge and promises UFC champion his ‘biggest pay day’ if Dana White will let him fight

Jake Paul showed his confidence has no limits as he ‘accepted’ a callout from UFC star Kamaru Usman.

The YouTuber has been relentless on social media, calling out just about every big name fighter, as he continues to cause a stir in the boxing world.

Jake Paul and Daniel Cormier had a confrontation at UFC 261

Paul knocked out Ben Askren earlier this month, much to the surprise of many, as the latter was a former MMA champion in Bellator and ONE.

He then turned up to UFC 261 as he decided to infuriate the MMA world even more than he already has.

One particular boiling point was his clash with Cormier, a former two-weight world champion, with the pair exchanging cross words before security intervened.

Usman knocked out Jorge Masvidal to retain his welterweight title at UFC 261

It seems like many people in the MMA world have had enough of Paul, including Kamaru Usman – who is fresh off his brutal knockout of Jorge Masvidal at that event on Saturday night.

Usman told TMZ he’s more interested in ‘beating the s***’ out of Jake Paul than facing Conor McGregor’ and said he’s been looking for an excuse to punish these ‘internet guys’.

The YouTuber responded on Tuesday evening on Twitter.

He wrote: “Challenge accepted.

“@USMAN84kg if your boss Dana gives you permission to box me and make more money than you ever have, let me know and we can lace them up. I promise it will be your biggest pay day.”

Paul has been critical of UFC president Dana White for the amount he pays his fighters.

He claimed to have made more money in just his third professional fight than any other UFC fighter, apart from McGregor and Khabib Nurmagomedov, has in history.

Askren has previously admitted that he made more money from that fight than his nine in Bellator.