Jake Paul lets rip at Nate Diaz for saying his fight with Woodley "sucked"

Jake Paul has taken aim at UFC star Nate Diaz after he beat Tyron Woodley to continue his undefeated boxing run.

The bout, which was staged in Paul's hometown of Cleveland, went the distance with the 24-year-old YouTuber coming out on top via a split decision.

Paul has a host of enemies in the fight game, including Diaz, who he has often taken aim at.

It was the turn of the UFC fighter to have a pop last night, with Diaz tweeting: "These guys both suck."

But Paul was quick to respond after he left the ring, responding to the insulting tweet with: "I read this with a lisp."

But Diaz wasn't the only professional fighter to take aim at the ShowTime event.

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UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman simply tweeted an emoji of a man facepalming in the aftermath of the bout.

Retired boxer Ishe Smith tweeted: "Man this dude need to keep boxers names out his mouth.

"Tank, Nelo, and a hand full of others would of annihilated him tonight.

"When you talk that talk like you a Don of the sport you need to walk that walk.

"No pass from me, Jake Paul f****** stinks. There I said it stop sugar coating that bull****."

Julian "J-Rock" Williams added: "I just waisted 30 precious min of my life that I’ll never get back I’m upset at myself."

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Speaking after the fight, Paul admitted he had been in a testing fight with Woodley.

“It was a tougher fight than expected. I don’t know what’s wrong with me. All respect to Tyron. He’s a hall of famer, he’s a good fighter," he said.

“There was a lot of s*** talk, there’s no hard feelings. I want to cry, but I’m a little tired. To win when all the pressure is on, he’s a tough opponent.”

Paul's next opponent remains unknown after the youngster refused to confirm a bout with British prospect Tommy Fury.

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