Youtube star turned boxer, Jake Paul, is still trading words with UFC superstar Conor McGregor.

The two have been trading verbal bombs for well over a year.

Paul (5-0, 4 KOs) has been eager to get McGregor in the ring for a boxing match.

McGregor made his pro boxing debut back in 2017, when he was broken down and stopped in ten rounds by Floyd Mayweather.

For the last few years, McGregor has expressed his heavy interest in taking part in another boxing match.

The outspoken MMA fighter is close friends with undisputed lightweight champion Katie Taylor, who on Saturday night pulled of a ten round split decision win over Amanda Serrano, who Paul co-promotes.

After the fight was over, McGregor quickly took to social media to take a swipe at Paul.

“I mean, of course Conor’s watching to support Katie,” Paul said. “We had a little bit of banter back and forth. But of course he always has something to say, but he doesn’t really have a place to talk, right?

“He hasn’t won a fight in five years. Dana [White] owns him, and I’m the one that got Katie Taylor a big payday and that’s his hero.”

“Conor McGregor’s not tall enough to ride a roller-coaster. I feel bad for him. He’s ducking me. We’ll get that settled one day.”

A fight between McGregor and Paul is not going to happen any time soon.

UFC President Dana White, a longtime critic of Paul and his older brother Logan Paul, is not going to allow McGregor to take part in a boxing match with Paul, who will certainly be a big favorite to win.

Paul has picked up knockout wins over two former UFC fighters, Tyron Woodley and Ben Askren.

He plans to fight again on August 13. The opponent and network is unknown at the moment.