The press conference for Conor McGregor vs Dustin Poirier trilogy is in the books now. A lot of fans got what they were asking for as McGregor talked a lot of trash to Poirier and even Poirier fired back some insults.
However, the majority of the fans would agree that the trash talk McGregor did at UFC 264 presser is a lot different from what he used to a few years back.
Some fans even think that McGregor crossed the line by dragging Jolie Poirier into the feud.
Jake Paul, who has been calling Conor McGregor out for a while now has fascinating insights from the McGregor vs Poirier 3 press conference. Paul believes that McGregor’s trash talk is no more authentic. He also said that he will expose McGregor when he fights him in the future.
“You can tell Conor has lost “it”. He no longer speaks from a place of authenticity and you can tell he’s trying to convince himself of his own lies. He takes offense to everything now. He’s bathing in his own insecurities. When we fight I will further expose him for the fraud he is.”
Now it will be foolish to say that this trash talk will play a huge part in the outcome of the trilogy. But. it will put Dustin Poirier under some amount of pressure when he enters the octagon.
If McGregor loses the fight at UFC 264 then his theatrics leading up to the fight will not be well received by the fans. However, if he wins then it’ll be a completely different scenario.
Will Conor McGregor vs Jake Paul ever happen?
As far as Jake Paul is concerned, Conor McGregor recently opened up on a potential fight with the Paul brothers. McGregor said that if the Paul brothers continue to fight then he might consider getting into the boxing ring with them However, at this moment he is not concerned about the Paul brothers as the Dustin Poirier trilogy has his whole attention.
Jake Paul takes on the former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley next. And it’s very likely that he will not be able to get the job done against Woodley, who is a much better boxer than any of Jake Paul’s past opponents.
But, if Jake Paul gets another knockout win and he continues to dominate in these crossover and celebrity matches then it won’t be insane to imagine Jake Paul fighting Conor McGregor in the near future.