Peter Queally warns Jake Paul would be KOed by McGregor’s training partner Dillon Danis


Jake Paul and Dillon Danis have been feuding since time immemorial

YouTube sensation Jake Paul and Conor McGregor’s jiu-jitsu coach and training partner Dillon Danis, never get along. Right from public harassments from sexist online callouts their rivalry has seen it all.

Jake Paul wants to fight Conor McGregor
Jake Paul looks on after defeating AnEsonGib in a first round knockout during their fight at Meridian at Island Gardens on January 30, 2020 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

Their rivalry reached new heights after Paul began making a name for himself as a professional boxer. Ever since Paul won his second pro-boxing fight against Ex-Basketballer Nate Robinson, he has been calling Danis out for a fight.

While Danis too shows interest in fighting ‘The Problem Child’, the fight hasn’t materialized until today, somehow or the other.

In the wake of this McGregor’s friend and Bellator lightweight from Ireland, Peter Queally, shared a photo on Instagram, alongside Dillon Danis, after a sparring session.

Queally explained in his post about how he was amping up Danis in fighting Paul. The Irishman also claimed that he had got enough substantial evidence after seeing Danis spar, that he would knockout the ‘Problem Child’.

Queally’s post read:

“Hadn’t sparred @dillondanis in ages and honestly was just gassing him up about the Jake Paul fight the past few months because he is my friend. This is exactly what you should be doing by the way, if your friends aren’t gassing you up every chance they get then they aren’t your friends. But anyway, after what I witnessed from him today, I have now seen enough empirical evidence to say he beats Jake in a boxing match. Set it up!!”

Jake Paul says he is just getting warmed up

Sportico’s 100 top-paid athletes list for the year 2021 came out recently. Only one boxer featured in the top 100, and it was super-middleweight king Canelo Alvarez.

Sportico reporter Kurt Badenhausen mentioned that Anthony Joshua and “Jake Paul” just missed the cut in the list. In the same bracket as Anthony Joshua??!!

Quote tweeting Badenhausen’s tweet, Paul replied saying that he was just getting warmed up.

Paul is surely earning some serious money, but considering him in the same bracket as greats like Canelo Alvarez, Anthony Joshua and others is way too early.

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