Jake Paul bothered by Nate Diaz’s behavior: “I’m used to carrying these promotions"

Jake Paul is ready to for his match against Nate Diaz, and is also ready to promote the event all by himself.

by Aryan Lakhani
Jake Paul bothered by Nate Diaz’s behavior: “I’m used to carrying these promotions"

The upcoming boxing match between Jake Paul and Nate Diaz is supposed to be intense in every way, especially the trash-talking – fans were really looking forward to some controversial and heated moments but surprisingly, Nate Diaz has been pretty calm or, as Paul described, ‘quite boring’.

In their first press conference, people had high hopes for some infuriating moment to occur, like the viral gotcha hat moment with Floyd Mayweather, but nothing of that sort happened, and they had a pretty dry conversation.

Perhaps Nate Diaz recognizes the age gap between the two and decides not to cross his boundaries, or maybe knocking out Logan Paul lookalike forced him to suppress his ‘gangster attitude’ due to the legal pressures associated with it.

Jake Paul is affected by Diaz’s unusual behavior but is fine with carrying the weights on his shoulder to promote such massive events as he is used to it.

Jake Paul on Nate Diaz

Recently in an interview with MMA Junkie, the problem child Jake Paul spoke about Nate Diaz’s dim behavior and addressed that he looks forward to the 10 round match.

“That’s what I wanted – that’s why I signed up for this – is to give the people a show and to squash this beef,” Paul said, as quoted by mmajunkie.usatoday.com. “He talked a lot more **** to me before we signed up to fight.

So, he’s kind of being a **** in that sense. I expected more out of him, and I expected him to carry that gangster attitude and to not take my insults. But he’s pretty much rolled over like a ***** and has been quite boring, which pisses me off.

But I’m used to carrying these promotions. It’s no different in this one”. Paul talks about extending the rounds: “Nate’s team wanted it, they thought his cardio is superior to mine and they thought it would be an advantage to them to do a longer fight.

They hit us up with the idea, I said instantly, ‘Sure, let’s do it.’ To me it just makes the fight more exciting. I’ve never back down from any opponent, any challenge, any fight, any request. So here we are.

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