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Video: YouTuber Jake Paul attacks Conor McGregor’s teammate Dillon Danis on the street

YouTube sensation Jake Paul continued to escalate his feud with Conor McGregor and his teammates on Tuesday with a drive-by attack on Dillon Danis. Danis is a teammate of McGregor, who is fighting for Bellator MMA. He was famously attacked by Khabib Nurmagomedov after the UFC submitted Lightweight Champion McGregor to UFC 229. Paul has two professional boxing wins to his name, one over fellow YouTuber and one over former NBA star Nate Robinson, who has two up to three months. of training before the match. Paul McGregor cried out about his fight with Robinson. After the fight, he said his life mission was to not only fight McGregor, but defeat him. Of course, Paul is most known for being famous so far … on YouTube, where he has 20.3 million subscribers. He is now gathering steam on Instagram (14.2 million followers) and Twitter (3.8 million followers) and broadening his horizons. Paul posted a blasphemy-laden video callout from McGregor to Instagram, which got a response not from the Irishman, but from McGregor’s rival Nate Diaz. Having found so much attention for that stunt, he went after Danis. Paul and his crew, including video camera, made their way into the bed of a pickup truck and launched what appears to be water balloons at Danis, throwing blasphemy at him again. So far, no one has shown professional interest in Paul’s antics, with UFC president Dana White notably setting him aside, saying there is “zero chance” of him ever getting into an argument with McGregor. However, Paul makes the most of his moment in the sun, gathering attention to insults and now projectiles, as if he had just stepped out of a classroom. TRENDING> Nate Diaz rips Jake Paul for profane Conor McGregor callout Jake Paul after boxing KO: “Conor McGregor and I will definitely happen” (Subscribe to MMAWeekly. com on YouTube)