Jake Paul as of late expressed that UFC 279 tickets are not yet sold out with the occasion a little more than about fourteen days away. Countless seats are apparently unsold for the card that goes down on September tenth at the T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas. Alongside a photograph of the field’s guest plan, the “Issue Child” tweeted:
“Damn Dana White, it seems like you will not have the option to sell UFC 279 tickets in your local Las Vegas. You’re by all accounts not the only one holding Nate Diaz hostage. You’re not simply setting him against a terrible rival elaborately. In any case, in his honor, you’re assembling the year’s most obviously terrible PPV card? ESPN is accessible to you also.
The headliner of UFC 279 will be a welterweight battle between Nate Diaz and Khamzat Chimaev. The challenge will be Diaz’s last match under his ongoing agreement, which he appears to be anxious to broaden.
White was generally blamed for setting up a frail card to sabotage the Stockton slugger’s pulling power. Nonetheless, the card has been supported somewhat with the new expansion of a welterweight conflict between Tony Ferguson and Li Jingliang.
Jake Paul accepts he will battle Nate Diaz in two years Nate Diaz recently indicated a bout against Jake Paul. Paul even proposed to battle Diaz free of charge to assist the Stockton local with running out of his UFC contract.
As of late, “Issue Child” recommended a potential schedule for a fight against Diaz. Paul predicts that the battle with Diaz will happen soon and end in under two years. By overcoming Diaz, the previous YouTuber-turned-fighter desires to draw nearer to a possible matchup with Conor McGregor.
“That will happen [boxing Nate Diaz], in the following two years. He’s a colossal person. He’s getting increasingly close to being genuine. At last, the UFC got him [Nate Diaz] to battle Khamzat [Chimaev]… Me versus Nate will likely be at 180 pounds. Then it’ll be Jake Paul beating Nate and it’s getting increasingly close to Conor [McGregor] not having the option to avoid me any longer.”