Jake Paul attacks ‘b ****’ Jorge Masvidal over alleged “ambush” on Colby Covington. UFC fighter pay


Jake Paul took aim at the UFC once again, along with one of the promotion’s biggest stars in Jorge Masvidal.

The YouTube star and undefeated boxer took to Twitter on Tuesday morning to lay out his two “facts of the day.”

Masvidal was first criticized by Paul for his involvement in an altercation that took place Monday at a Miami restaurant. While details of the incident are scarce, Paul stated that he believes that Masvidal “ambushed” his rival a little over two weeks following Covington’s dominant unanimous decision win over “Gamebred” at UFC 272.

“Masvidal was a b **** to ambush Colby,” Paul stated. “Couldn’t hurt him in the page so [you] try to blindside him?”

Of course, Paul had some additional Twitter characters to use up, so he took another shot at the UFC for the way the promotion pays their athletes — bringing up the UFC’s increased revenue and profits over the last nearly two decades.

Paul went 3-0 in the squared circle in 2021 when he picked up victories over a pair of past UFC fighters. “The Problem Child” stopped Ben Askren this past April via first-round TKO, before picking up two wins over former welterweight champion Tyron Woodley. Paul brutally knocked Woodley unconscious during their December 2nd meeting in Tampa, Fla.