Jake Paul demands Pete Davison be banned from commentary on his fights and slams 'f*** that guy' after he mocked boxer

JAKE PAUL has demanded comedian Pete Davidson be banned from commentating on his fights.

The Saturday Night Live star was part of the commentary team for Paul's Triller Fight Club pay-per-view clash with Ben Askren last weekend.

The comedian ribbed Paul on several occasions, calling the Youtuber 'a piece of s**t' and claiming the fight was a sign of how far boxing has fallen.

Paul, however, didn't see the funny side, saying on brother Logan's imPAULsive podcast: "It was my idea to have him as the host of the event.

He added: "F**k that guy. He won't do s**t. He won't ever be a part of one of those again.

"He fucked his s**t, bro."

Discussing Davidson's jokes annoyed Paul's dad Gregory, who asked: "Can I fight that piece of sh*t?"

But just monents later, Paul shut down the conversation.


The Problem Child said: "This is the problem with drama and s**t because it just brings everyone more clout. It brings him more clout.

"It like – just f**k that guy."

He added: "The s**t he said is like s**t you can't take back."

Paul's clash with former UFC star Askren didn't last long as he sparked the Olympian in just under two minutes to stretch his undefeated record to 3-0.

And the former Disney star believes his viral KO of Funky has increased his chances of landing a fight with Conor McGregor.

He told MMA Junkie: “We’ll see. There are a lot of people.

"But honestly, when it comes down to signing the contract, these guys duck. Honestly, we’ll see.

"The McGregor fight just became more realistic, like I’ve been saying. I just want to do big fights.”

The younger Paul brother added: "I’m going to take some time off.

“I’ve been working my f***ng ass off. I’m only going to do big fights. I want to challenge myself at the same time.

"Ben Askren was a step up. OK, look what happened (in) 1:59. We’ll see who the next big challenge is.

"I don’t want to take some bullsh**t s**t I want to challenge myself.

"I want to do 3 million, 4 million pay-per-view buys. Who’s going to bring in those numbers?”

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