“It’s EMBARRASSING” – Conor McGregor’s boxing skills slammed by Jake Paul who points to two fatal flaws

JAKE PAUL has slammed Conor McGregor for his lack of head movement and for leaving his chin “wide open” in “embarrassing” workout footage.

McGregor, who is recovering from a broken tibia suffered in July, posted a video hitting the pads as he ramps up his preparations to return.


Conor McGregor trains for his UFC returnCredit: Instagram @thenotoriousmma
Jake Paul blasted the workout footage


Jake Paul blasted Conor McGregor’s ’embarrassing’ workout footageCredit: Getty Images – Getty

But Paul, who turned boxing star YouTuber – who continued his one-sided feud with the Irishman – laughed at the training video.

He posted on Instagram: “This is embarrassing @thenotoriousmma.

“Your chin open wide with no head movement for the right hand of God PRBLM CHILD.”

Paul began calling out McGregor after going 2-0, following stoppage wins over online rival ‘AnEsonGib’ and 37-year-old former NBA player Nate Robinson.

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He has since won three more times, beating former UFC duo Ben Askren, 37, and Tyron Woodley, 39, on points and by knockout.

His quest for a big-money boxing match against the 33-year-old McGregor didn’t stop, but the former UFC champion seemed indifferent.

But he at least responded to Paul’s recent knockout of Woodley and the reported pay-per-view sales.

McGregor told the Mirror: “Who knows? Never say never.”


He added: “I haven’t seen the Woodley fight. He’s only had a couple thousand buys. I’ve seen him online.”

McGregor made his in-ring debut in 2017 but lost to boxing legend Floyd Mayweather, 45, in ten rounds.

UFC fighters are also barred from competing outside of the promotion – with the one-off crossover clash not having been repeated since.

McGregor suffered his horror leg fracture against 33-year-old Dustin Poirier, losing the fight by doctor stoppage.

He underwent surgery and has since rehabilitated ahead of a return to the UFC later in the year.