Jake Paul claims he is 'dedicating my life to beating Conor McGregor in boxing match' after smashing Nate Robinson

JAKE PAUL revealed he is dedicating his life to beating UFC superstar Conor McGregor.

It comes after the YouTuber emphatically knocked out retired NBA star Nate Robinson to move to 2-0 in his professional career.

Paul, 23, has set his sights on facing more celebrities and UFC stars.

And he revealed his mission will be complete once he fights and defeats Irish sensation McGregor.

Paul told ESPN: "I am dedicating my life to beating Conor McGregor.Financially, it already makes sense.

"Financially, I'm already one of the biggest prizefighters and there's only a couple more bosses to check off and to beat and to conquer.

"I want to fight a couple more people, I think, first. We're figuring that out.

"I want to prove to the world that, 'Yo, I'm gonna knock out all these fighters'.

"Conor McGregor can maybe be the final boss.

"If we were playing a video game, he could be the final boss. And then I'll probably retire after I beat McGregor."

Paul claimed he is in talks with McGregor's manager Audi Attar with the view of setting up a fight with the 32-year-old ex-UFC champion.

Despite his lack of experience in the ring, the American has backed himself as the heir to Floyd Mayweather's throne as boxing's top attraction.

Paul said to Barstool Sports: "It's crazy but that's that's why I'm just like, f***, man, I truly believe that boxing was put into my life for for a f***ing reason.

"I feel like I was destined for this and I was selected by the gods to be the new Mayweather and to carry the crown and to make this sport, like, juicy as f*** and just put on a show, baby, because everyone wants to be entertained at the end of the day.

"And that's what this is."

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