Jake Paul ranks among the most intriguing boxing sensations in the modern world. By leveraging his social media game and out-of-the-box antics, the YouTuber turned boxer has pinned himself as a household name in boxing. Moreover, in no time, he’s even initiated his rivalries with hotshots across boxing and MMA. Not just proficient combat sports athletes, but Paul even shares a rift with a few celebrity boxers.
Talking about his rift with celebrity boxers, the only name that comes to everyone’s mind is KSI. Until now, both Paul and KSI have gone all out against each other with their verbal blows.
However, ‘The Problem Child’ recently spoke about concluding his beef and a possible fight with the British YouTuber.
Speaking to Mike Majlak, he said, “I think I’m done, bro. He needs me more. Like I’m getting paid more like multiple 8 figures for fights. And he’s like coming in and wants like $3 million-$4 million. That’s like 2 years ago. And he’s afraid, let’s be honest, he understands. He admitted on his videos that I’m a better boxer,”
Paul has made steady statements in the fight world. But he predominantly made his roadway in the fight universe after claiming a win against the ex-NBA star, Nate Robinson.
Since that fight, he has stayed a hot topic in the boxing world and is eager to expand his persona with time. Also, with every fight, ‘The Problem Child’ looks to increase his paychecks, and he certainly feels that a fight with KSI won’t cater to his monetary needs.
Jake Paul charged up to fight Tyron Woodley in his next boxing outing
Paul knows if he wants to become a boxing legend in a short span of time, he’ll have to escalate his boxing run by competing with the best.
That said, he’s totally charged up to begin his pursuit of fighting some real good contenders, thus improving his undefeated stint. It’ll be interesting to see how he fares in this unusual yet demanding fight.
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