Jake Paul made an offer to Dana White – and Amanda Serrano just upped the stakes.

One day after Paul challenged UFC president White to implement increased fighter pay and health care benefits for UFC athletes in exchange for him joining the promotion to fight Jorge Masvidal, world-renowned boxer Amanda Serrano added on.

Serrano, who sports a 42-1-1 pro boxing record in addition to a 2-0-1 pro MMA record and a 5-0 jiu-jitsu record, said if White accepts, she’ll join the UFC to challenge for the women’s 125-pound title.

“I will gladly sign a one fight deal with the UFC to challenge Valentina (Shevchenko) for the Flyweight Championship if UFC agrees to Jake’s offer,” Serrano wrote. “Let’s make history.”

I will gladly sign a one fight deal with the UFC to challenge Valentina for the Flyweight Championship if UFC agrees to Jake’s offer. Let’s make history.

— Amanda Serrano (@Serranosisters) January 2, 2022

Since Paul delved into the combat sports world in 2020, he and White have had numerous spats. However, the frequency has increased in recent months. White recently challenged Paul to go drug test-for-drug test in which the UFC president would be tested for cocaine while the YouTuber-turned-boxer partook in steroid testing.

After White ripped Paul in a recent selfie video, Paul looped back around Saturday to criticize the UFC boss once again for the worldwide leading MMA promotion’s treatment of fighters. Neither Paul nor White have issued a video since.

Paul (5-0) does not currently have his next boxing match on the books. White kicks off the UFC’s 2022 schedule Jan. 15 in Las Vegas.

 

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