UFC news: Chael Sonnen cautions Jake Paul about criticising Michael Bisping

Michael Bisping - "I’m happily retired, I’m very, very happily retired. But I do miss the thrill of competition. I don’t see Jake as necessarily a threat."

Chael Sonnen [Image- Twitter]
By Blesson Daniel | Apr 20, 2022 | 2 Min Read follow icon Follow Us

Jake Paul has been warned by Chael Sonnen not to call out Michael Bisping. Jake Paul has challenged Michael Bisping to a boxing bout once more, urging him to join the ring. Both boxers have turned to social media to express their desire to work out an agreement for a boxing contest in the near future.

On Twitter Jake said, “Dear @bisping,

“I challenge you to stop hosting your struggling podcast, get licensed to fight, and box me.

Let’s see if that UFC belt and all the respect you have can help you beat me in a boxing match.”

‘The Problem Child’ has won all five of his matches inside the ring. Jake Paul‘s most recent match came in December of 2021 when he defeated Tyron Woodley by knocking him out cold. The knockout was the 25-year-fourth old’s in five contests.

Michael Bisping, 43, (30-9 MMA), withdrew from mixed martial arts in 2018 after suffering an eye injury in a fight with Kelvin Gastelum (17-8 MMA). Bisping subsequently disclosed that he is completely blind in one eye and has problems with the other, causing him to exit the cage.

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Chael Sonnen has some advice for Jake Paul

Chael Sonnen advised Jake Paul in a video shared on ‘Twitter: “Jake Paul has called out Michael Bisping. I don’t hate that. Now Jake Paul did say, as part of his callout, if you can go and get licensed. I will tell you first-hand that Michael Bisping is in great shape. I will also tell you there’s some guys you play with and some guys you don’t. Don’t play with Michael Bisping. Do not say Michael Bisping’s name unless you are truly willing to fight him.”