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Jake Paul Takes Great Pleasure In Claressa Shield’s First Career Loss – MMA Root

Jake Paul had a great time watching Claressa Shields defeat in his second professional MMA fight.

Claressa Shields has talked a lot recently about Jake Paul’s polarizing figure. The Olympian put forward two basic requirements: 1) she could easily defeat Paul in a boxing match, even with one hand; and 2) It would be an insult to even assume that she will fight on Jake Paul’s undercard.

Usually Jake Paul responds quickly and doesn’t seem to know who he answers to. In the case of Claressa Shields, however, he has remained largely, if not entirely, silent in the light of Shields’ heated comments. In retrospect, the professional troll was just waiting for the right moment to respond. If so, then the minutes after Shields’ first defeat in MMA fit this preference.

“I love karma @ClaressashieldsCongratulations to Abigail Montes! Someone bring her Twitter! Paul wrote the following, more detailed message:

“It really hurts, but it’s necessary,” Paul wrote. “Clarissa Shields is a failure. In MMA, and even more so with her attitude to the prima donna. Counterfeits are always exposed. Losses occur when anger and hatred prevail. Just ask Rosie and McGregor. She scolded Jake Paul more than she studied Jiu-Jitsu. She never attracted attention and, unfortunately for her, never will. Amanda Serrano (GWOAT) has made 30 KOs in 42 fights. 2-0 in MMA, both win by submission. Congratulations to Abigail Montes on the victory. “

As Paul’s celebration hints at, Shields’ defeat was due to Abigail Montes, who overtook the Olympic boxer and won a split decision victory, which youtuber considers to be the work of karma.

Although Paul categorizes Shields’ comments as “swear words,” Shields argued that in her comments she did not mean any disrespect for Paul. On the contrary, she says she simply gave a direct and direct response to the thought of a fight on his undercard, given her credentials.

Now that the two are officially on bad terms, perhaps Shields will go back to his other demand and decide to end up fighting on Jake Paul’s card, not the undercard, but opposite his newfound nemesis to silence him by proving his case. …

You don’t … you don’t think we really see the basis for a possible fight between Jake Paul and Claressa Shields … do you?