Morning Report: Anthony Smith tells Jake Paul ‘fuck you’, thinks it’s time to boycott his matches

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Anthony Smith is fed up with Jake Paul’s experience.

“The Problem Child” just keeps winning. Last weekend in Phoenix, Arizona, Paul picked up his sixth straight boxing win to go undefeated as a professional. In doing so, he beat his third straight former MMA champion, but not just any former champion, one of the all-time greats in Anderson Silva.

Silva, 47, was expected to be Paul’s toughest test yet thanks to his iconic history as one of MMA’s deadliest forwards. In his few boxing matches since leaving MMA in late 2020, Silva has also had better success than most who have gone down this path as their fighting careers dwindled. Unfortunately for Silva, he still couldn’t match his 25-year-old counterpart and suffered a unanimous decision loss.

For former UFC light heavyweight title challenger Anthony Smith, he thinks the time has come for people to stop paying attention to YouTube sensation turned fighter Paul.

“If Jake Paul beats Anderson Silva, we should all f****** boycott the rest of his fights until he f****** in some fights that are on his level, or n whatever level we deem it to be,” Smith said on Believe me before the game (h/t MMA Mania). “You talk all this shit about MMA fighters, you talk shit about UFC, then you pretend you want to raise fighters, and you want everyone to be paid more, but then you destroy everyone every time they struggle.”

One of Paul’s biggest talking points since he’s been entertaining the combat sports world is improving fighter compensation in the UFC. Prior to this past fight with Silva, Paul went so far as to make a bet with the Brazilian betting that if he won they would team up to create a union of fighters. Time will tell exactly where this plan goes, but Paul has supported struggling UFC fighters in the past, like former UFC flyweight Sarah Alpar who started a GoFundMe for her last training camp. .

Be that as it may, Paul was also the one who greatly benefited from his matches and events in all its facets. It just doesn’t fit “Lionheart,” especially since Paul continues to target notable MMA veterans like Nate Diaz.

“Now we put food on your fucking table for you to drag our captions?” said Smith. “Older, younger, smaller, beyond their main legends who have spent their entire careers running their bodies through fucking car crashes, and we hold these guys near and dear to our hearts.

“And then that fuckin’ head drags them out of semi-retirement and knocks them out on pay-per-view and then still fucks us all? Screw you. Like, why do we keep pandering to this piece of shit?

Stupidity. Jake Paul responds to fight-fixing accusations in Anderson Silva win: ‘I’m losing faith in my generation’

Escape. Georges St-Pierre, now released from UFC contract, says ‘never say never’ to fight sport’s return

Scores. Sean O’Malley confident Rounds 1 & 3 were clearly mine ‘in Petr Yan’s win, advises critics to ‘rewatch the fight’

Madness. Sean Brady reveals fan threatened to ‘kill me and bury me in the desert’ if he beat Belal Muhammad at UFC 280

Stopped. Jailton Almeida vs. Maxim Grishin scratched from UFC Vegas 64

Goodbye. UFC welterweight Jason Witt announces retirement from MMA

MMA time.

UFC Vegas 64 promo.

Free fight.

Top 10 strawweight knockouts in UFC history.

Cejudo and Cyborg.

Fantasy versus PI

Rolling eyes.

It will be fine.



KSW with the leading promotional game.

To assemble!

It’s not so bad.




Fair trade.

Shavkat hallmark.



To be determined.


Happy birthday, champ!

Pennywise has competition…



Visit to the amusement park.

David Onama (10-2) against Jarno Errens (13-4-1); UFC Vegas 67, January 14

Dan Argueta (8-1) against Isaac Dulgarian (5-0); UFC Vegas 67, January 14

Terrance McKinney (13-4) against Ismael Bonfim (18-3); UFC 283, January 21

Yusaku Kinoshita (6-1) against Adam Fugitt (8-3); UFC Seoul, February 4

Jack Jenkins (10-2) against Don Shainis (12-4); UFC 284, February 11

Tyson Pedro (9-3) against Zhang Mingyang (16-6); UFC 284, February 11

Anthony, you are absolutely right. Unfortunately, I think maybe we’re all too involved at this point.

If you celebrated, I hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable Halloween! Thanks for reading!

Results from last week:

Friday: 73% of the total 627 votes answered “Anderson Silva” to the question “Who wins tomorrow?” Jake Paul beat Silva by unanimous decision last weekend.

Thursday: 1045 total votes were 50/50 when asked, “Was the decision in Sean O’Malley vs. Petr Yan a robbery?” O’Malley defeated Yan by split decision at UFC 280.

Wednesday: 53% of the 538 total votes answered “Arnold Allen” to the question “Who wins this weekend?” Allen defeated Calvin Kattar via second-round TKO in the main event of UFC Vegas 64.

Tuesday: 50% of the total 625 votes answered “Henry Cejudo” to the question “Who should be Aljamain Sterling’s next challenger?”

Monday: 72% of the total 1083 votes answered “Islam Makhachev” when asked, “Early predictions, which do you have?” Makhachev is next set to face Alexander Volkanovski.

Today’s exit poll:


Who wins this weekend?

  • 69%

    Marina Rodriguez

    (59 votes)

85 voices in total

Vote now

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