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Jake Paul calls out Dana White for ‘disrespecting’ Rose Namajunas during her UFC 268 fight

Jack Paul once again called Dana White. This time, ‘Troubled Child’ mocked Wyatt for allegedly ‘disrespecting’ Rose Namajunas at the recently concluded UFC 268 pay-per-view. Namajunas defended the Straw Title in a rematch with former champion Zhang Weili.

White, who was sitting Octagon-side for the bout, was filmed watching the recently concluded boxing match between Caniel Alvarez and Caleb Plant.

Paul shared a photo on his Instagram story, accusing Wyatt of not focusing on the UFC strawweight title fight. He also congratulated Namajunas for retaining the title in a rematch with Zhang at UFC 268.

“Yes Dana, how can you disrespect Thug Rose like that? @rosenamajunas congrats champ,” Paul wrote.

Jack Paul's Instagram Story of Cheering for Dean White
Jack Paul’s Instagram Story of Cheering for Dean White

Zhang Weili and Rose Namajunas go to war at UFC 268 in a long-awaited rematch. While the former champion tortured Rose with kicks throughout the fight, Namajunas dug deep to stay in the contest. In the championship rounds, ‘Thug Rose’ stepped on the gas.

Moving the fight to the ground, Namaionas dominated and controlled the performance from the semi-mount position, clearly winning the last few rounds. At the end of the fight, Namajunas was declared the winner by split decision.

Dana White explains why she watched Canelo Alvarez vs. Caleb Plant during UFC 268

It’s no secret that Dan White’s passion for martial arts began with boxing, and he follows the sport regularly. On that occasion, he was seen joining the fight against Kennels during the UFC 268 co-main event, which may have surprised some fans.

Dana White talks about the Canelo PPV saying that he bet $100,000 that Canelo will win by knockout.#UFC

However, White revealed that he invested $100,000 in Alvarez and ended up winning $41,000. The UFC supremo said he watched the Namajunas-Weili fight because he likes Canelo and wants to bet on every fight.

“I like Canelo. I bet on Canelo – that’s why I watched the fight. I bet $100,000 that he wins by knockout,” White said.

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