Jake Paul continues to go after UFC president Dana White.

The YouTuber turned professional boxer has been in a public war of words with the UFC boss for some time now. Since the turn of the year, things have escalated, with Paul offering to join MMA’s premier promotion if White makes some changes to the way he does business.

White is not interested in any of that and simply wants to drug test Paul, who he is convinced is using performance-enhancing drugs.

“You publicly stated that I use cocaine. I do not,” White said in response to Paul’s recent challenge. “So I told you, you could randomly cocaine test me for the next 10 years. I believe that you’re a cheater and I believe that you use steroids, so I want to randomly steroid test you for the next two years.”

This is not the first time White has suggested Paul is cheating to win fights. In the aftermath of Paul’s first-round TKO win over Ben Askren, White hinted that he thought the fight might’ve been rigged but stopped short accusing ‘The Problem Child’ of fixing fights.

Paul has since been accused of having a “no-knockout clause” in his fight contract that prohibits his opponent from trying to KO him. This has been used to explain why Tyron Woodley failed to follow up after hurting Paul in their first fight.

Jake Paul Thinks Dana White’s Accusations Make No Sense

The 24-year-old took to social media on Wednesday to point out that White’s accusations are not logical. Paul points out that it would be pointless to take steroids to win fights that have been rigged in his favour.

“Dana White claimed my fights are fixed and THEN claimed I’m on steroids… So I’m on steroids to win fights that are already fixed for me to win? Sounds logical…,” Paul wrote on Twitter.

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