• Jake Paul offered to retire from boxing and fight Jorge Masvidal in the UFC if Dana White meets his demands
  • Paul called for White to increase the minimum pay of fighters per fight to $50,000 and provide long-term healthcare to them
  • White pushed back on Paul's proposal and said the latter never attempted to prove that the UFC president ever used cocaine

Jake Paul has posted a "real challenge" to UFC president Dana White.

On Saturday, the YouTube star took to Twitter to make the sensational offer to retire from boxing and fight Jorge Masvidal in the UFC if White meets his demands.

The challenge came after White laid out his own to Paul earlier this week, in response to repeated accusations about the UFC head being a frequent user of cocaine. White said Paul could randomly cocaine test him for the next 10 years if he could randomly steroid test Paul for the next two.

In his tweet, Paul called for White to increase the minimum pay of fighters per fight from $12,000 to $50,000, guarantee the fighters a 50% share of the annual UFC revenue and provide long-term healthcare to all fighters.

Paul's challenge includes a mention of doping testing as he said he would enter the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency (USADA) testing program in preparation for a fight against Masvidal, with whom he has been feuding for the past several months.

The celebrity boxer gave White five days to accept his offer and up to March 31 to implement the changes in exchange for his agreement to a one-fight deal with "weak chin Jorge" in the UFC.

Paul concluded his message by encouraging UFC fighters to "take a stand and create value for yourselves and [your] peers."

"You deserve higher pay, you deserve long-term healthcare and above all you deserve freedom. Support each other. I am not your enemy, I am your advocate...who selfishly wants to KO a few of you to make some big bank," the 24-year-old social media personality wrote.

White has since responded to Paul's challenge. In a video uploaded on Twitter, the UFC chief pushed back on the YouTuber's proposal and said Paul never attempted to prove that White ever actually used cocaine, despite claiming that he did so on multiple occasions.

"Jake, you never responded to the challenge," White said. "You publicly stated that I used cocaine, I do not. So I told you, you can randomly cocaine test me for the next 10 years. I believe that you are a cheater and I believe that you use steroids so I want to randomly steroid-test you for the next two years."

White went on to claim that "nobody on Earth" believes Paul wrote the statement he posted to Twitter Saturday, calling the internet star "stupid."

White also mentioned that Paul's current manager used to be his accountant. He challenged them to start their own business if they believe White was doing it wrong and if they think they could provide better pay and treatment to fighters.

White suggested that Paul should focus on his own situation, before claiming that the YouTuber can't sell pay-per-views and that he was calling out Masvidal because the latter was a pay-per-view superstar.

"Nick Diaz, Conor McGregor, Mike Tyson, these are all superstars, you're not. You can't sell pay-per-views. So you do whatever the hell you want to do, I'm ready to roll buddy. I don't use cocaine. Do you use steroids? Let's do this, Jake," White concluded his message.

Paul is coming off a win against former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in their boxing rematch on Dec. 18. The YouTube star is undefeated (5-0) in his boxing career so far, including two wins over Woodley and a victory each over former Bellator titleholder Ben Askren, Nate Robinson and Ali Eson Gib.

Jake Paul v Tyron Woodley - Weigh In
CLEVELAND, OHIO - AUGUST 28: Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley pose during the weigh in event at the State Theater prior to their August 29 fight on August 28, 2021 in Cleveland, Ohio. Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images