Jake Paul puzzled by Conor McGregor’s ‘bum’ trainer training offer to help YouTuber become an MMA star

JAKE PAUL has snubbed a coaching offer from John Kavanagh, calling Conor McGregor’s longtime MMA trainer a “tramp”.

Coach Kavanagh offered Paul the opportunity to train at SBG Ireland in Dublin after he caught wind of the YouTuber’s apparent intention to compete in mixed martial arts.

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Jake Paul MMA training. Day 1 practice kicks. Doubted every step of the way.. but kicking down the doors of the doubters. @bellatormma @pflmmaCredit: Instagram @jakepaul
Conor McGregor's head coach recently offered Paul the chance to train at SBG Ireland

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Conor McGregor’s head coach recently offered Paul the chance to train at SBG Ireland1 credit
But Paul flatly rejected the offer

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But Paul flatly rejected the offerCredit: PA

But The Problem Child flatly rejected the helping hand, telling the Mirror: “I don’t train with losers.

“So as nice and respectful as that is, Coach Kavanagh, you can suck my nuts.”

Paul, 25, cites McGregor’s recent slip-up as the main reason he won’t accept Kavangh’s offer to train at SBG.

He continued: “Conor McGregor you can suck my asshole cause I don’t train with losers like that this guy ain’t won a fight so why would I want his bum a** coach teaches me.”

Paul began teasing a move into mixed martial arts ahead of his viral knockout of former UFC champion Tyron Woodley.

The Problem Child has been looking for a fight with McGregor for over a year and is ready to step into the octagon to face the UFC poster.

He told TMZ: “Conor is on a downward spiral. His limbs are all broken.

“So standing game, I go out and knock him out, round one.

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“If I win, then Dana has to raise the fighter’s minimum wage.

“If I lose, then they can take all the money and so on. But I know I can beat Conor.

Paul used various social media platforms to try to entice MMA mogul McGregor into a lucrative showdown.

And he recently claimed the Irishman’s life was falling apart.

He said: “I just want to fight him and hit him in the head – in that sense, I hope he can win fights so we can actually fight.

“But the guy is an adult, he needs to figure out his life; it seems to be falling apart from what I can tell.

“Obviously everything goes through a lens, we don’t know what he’s actually going through.”

Paul hasn’t set foot in the ring since his viral knockout of Woodley last December, while McGregor is currently recovering from the horrific broken leg he suffered in his trilogy fight with Dustin Poirier last July. .

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