Jake Paul wants to fight Conor McGregor in Dublin on Katie Taylor – Amanda Serrano 2 card
Jake Paul has indicated Amanda Serrano and a second massive fight night in Dublin are in the pipeline for Katie Taylor.
The Irish Icon first has to overcome the dangerous challenge Chantelle Cameron presents at the 3Arena this coming May 20, but if she does defeat the Brit to become a two weight undisputed champion it looks like a rematch of the greatest female fight of all time are is in the works for September.
Rumour suggests Taylor versus Serrano is being lined up for Croke Park in the Autumn, provided all goes well next month, indeed Eddie Hearn has suggested that is the path Matchroom prefer.
However, it’s said Taylor worries with regard to the Puerto Rican’s desire to fight and is open to other options. A rematch with Cameron could be more appealing if May 20 is as entertaining as people suggest.
Still social media star turned fighter Paul, who works with Serrano in his role as MVP Promotions front man, has suggested the Bray native and ‘The Real Deal’ are destined to fight and finally re-run their classic.
Paul wants to fight McGregor in a co-main event on the night after the UFC star backed his former rival Nate Diaz to beat the Youtuber in their boxing bout in August.
McGregor told Inside Fighting on Saturday: “I think Nate Diaz slaps the head off of him and I look forward to seeing it.”
Respond Paul inadvertently discussed Taylor-Serrano 2: “I’m a better boxer than you Connor and will do what you couldn’t and knock Nate out. After Nate let’s box as the co main event same night as Katie Taylor VS. Amanda Serrano in Dublin. But since you’re not your own boss you will hide behind Dana or just drink the rest of your life away. August 5th you will see.”
Most Valuable Promotions later added: “Katie Taylor is the greatest Irish athlete of all time. Amanda Serrano is the greatest Puerto Rican boxer of all time. The rematch in Ireland is massive. Add Jake Paul and Conor McGregor and you just made the biggest fight event in European history.”
McGregor has only fought once in a boxing ring, losing to Floyd Mayweather via TKO in the tenth round of their 2017 Las Vegas bout, Paul’s most recent bout was a points decision reverse to Tommy Fury.