Jake Paul Offers $5 million, Says He is a "B****" for Working for the UFC

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Ean Lamb
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Following his knockout of Tyron Woodley Saturday night, Jake Paul has offered $5 million and a PPV cut to Jorge Masvidal to fight him.  SportsBetting.ag has Paul fighting Masvidal next at 7-1 odds.

Masvidal thus far has refused to box Paul.

“Masvidal is like, ‘I only fight the best people or I fight for money, and you’re neither one of those,’” said Paul. “Masvidal, I’ve got an offer for you right now: $5 million guarantee, plus percentage of pay-per-views.

“That’s the most you would have ever made in a fight, ever. So now you can’t say, ‘I either fight the best, or I fight for money.’ ... Let’s make it happen.”

Masvidal is under contract with the UFC and technically cannot fight the YouTube sensation. 

“Daddy Dana just has to let you out of your contract,” Paul said, referring to his online rival, UFC President Dana White. “You work for the UFC. You’re a bitch, basically.”

Here's what the oddsmakers think.

Jake Paul Next Opponent

Anderson Silva            +300   

Tommy Fury                +350   

Dillon Danis                 +700   

Nate Diaz                    +700   

Conor McGregor         +750   

Jorge Masvidal            +750   

Deron Williams           +900   

Floyd Mayweather      +1200 

KSI                               +1200 

Oscar De La Hoya        +1200 

Mike Tyson                 +2500 

Canelo Alvarez            +3300 

- Ean Lamb, Gambling911.com

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