Dustin Poirier picked up the “sleeping McGregor” chain sent by Jake Paul yesterday. The No. 1 lightweight charity plans to put $ 100,000 worth of diamond necklaces up for auction and donate the work to the Good Fight Foundation.
After Poirier defeated Conor McGregor in UFC 264, Paul offered his order chain as a gift to Diamond. Poirier, who recorded his second consecutive victory over the Irishman, gladly accepted the offer.
After getting the “Sleepless McGregor” chain, Pirier uploaded a photo of himself with his pearl jewelry. He said the chain will be put up for auction “to do a great job” in his hometown.
“Get a sleeping mac chain from Jake Paul. I’ll put it up for auction soon to do a great job at The Good Fight Foundation Lafayette,” Poirier wrote on Twitter.
When Paul contacted ESPN MMA, he said Poirier’s posting a picture with the “Sleepless McGregor” chain would make the Irishman “stupid.”
The boxer, who has become a YouTuber, joined hands with Poiri to mock their common enemy, McGregor. Last December, Paul mocked Diamond in a verbal address to two former division champions.
“Let’s buy this thing at auction for $ 500,000” – Jake Paul talks about how much money the Sleepy McGregor chain wants to make
Jake Paul hopes his Sleepy McGregor chain will raise at least $ 500,000 – Conor McGregor has promised to donate to Dustin Poirier’s charity.
“Let’s get this thing up for auction for $ 500,000 so we can really keep McGregor’s false promises,” Jake Paul wrote.
The rivalry between McGregor and Poirier arose after Diamond accused the Irishman of failing to come with the promised charity. In response, McGregor said the Good Fight Foundation did not know where to spend his money.
After several exchanges with McGregor on social media, Poirier agreed that the issue should be kept secret. However, The Notorious donated $ 500,000 to the Boys & Girls Club of Acadiana in Louisiana.
Now that Poirier plans to put the valuable chain he received from Jake Paul up for auction, the Good Fight Foundation may be raising large donations that should have been initially provided by McGregor.