Claressa Shields is a monumental female MMA fighter. The formerly undefeated fighter just faced her first loss last month. While Shields is not one to let that get to herself at all, Jake Paul went for the opportunity to generate a lot of negative noise for her.

Jake Paul took to slandering Shields as she faced what appears as a major set back in her career. However, Shields recently spoke with Sports Illustrated, and she got back at Jake Paul by calling him out.

Shields said that whatever Paul is saying, it does not affect her. She said that she does not take it seriously at all, while adding that she simply does not respect him enough. She even added that Paul is a horrible boxer, and he has gotten “pathetic” at trying to get to Shields.

You don’t even have enough accomplishment to even say my name. To even speak of me. You’ve never been to the Olympics. What did you make the Olympics on YouTube? That shit don’t exist. That’s fake. When it comes to the real world of boxing, Jake Paul will never be no world champion. He can just keep picking his opponents. Him coming at me, it made him feel better about himself.

Clarresa blasted Paul by saying that he does not even have enough accomplished in his career to say her name even. She continued her verbal assault by saying that he is not even capable of going toe to toe in a ring with her. She ended it by saying that he is not worth wasting her breath for.

You still suck at boxing. You still don’t have no accomplishments. You still wouldn’t dare get in the same ring with me, let alone spar. And, he’s just not even worth wasting my breath. The dude is pathetic.

Shields has a prolific record on her name. While the Paul brothers continue to get into celebrity fighting matches, the real question is: do they really improve? Paul is all set to fighting Tommy Fury in an upcoming December match. Let’s see how Paul can withstand the challenge.

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Nitish Vashishtha

Nitish Vashishtha is a freelance writer/contributor from India. He’s written content for companies like ScoopWhoop and Sportskeeda. He’s been writing about pop-culture, current affairs and pro-wrestling since 2017.

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