Jake Paul has called out several people including Tyson Fury’s brother Tommy Fury for a long time now. Jake Paul even called Tyson Fury embarrassing for trying to convince him to face Tommy Fury. It seems someone defended Jake Paul as well.
It was claimed by Jake Paul that Tommy Fury accepted his best for a boxing match. Tommy Fury also recently claimed that he will end Jake Paul’s boxing career once he is done with him.
As reported earlier, Tommy Fury had to pull out from his boxing match. He had to pull out due to injury and poor health. Tommy Fury made it clear that he was utterly heartbroken over his decision to pull out.
In the end, Jake Paul defeated Tyron Woodley after he knocked out Woodley with a vicious right hand during the 6th round of their boxing match on December 18th. Paul is currently 5-0 in his boxing career.
While speaking the King and the Sting podcast, retired MMA fighter Brendan Schaub addressed critics who claim Jake Paul doesn’t face difficult opponents. Schaub stated that Paul still deserves credit for the difficulty of his opponents.
“Here’s the thing though, all the hate on Jake Paul and stuff I get; no, I get it. Everyone’s like, ‘Oh, fight a real boxer,’ like that. Go to any; name a boxer you guys like – Tyson Fury, Mike Tyson, Evander Holyfield, Julio Chavez Senior, Junior, whoever the f*** you want, ‘Canelo’ [Alvarez], their first four fights, they were fighting cans. That’s how it should be. Jake Paul’s first four fights are way more difficult than anything your favorite boxer fought. You have to give the guy credit at some point.”
Jake Paul recently claimed that he can make $250 million from boxing as well. The Problem Child is currently taking time off after defeating Tyron Woodley, so it remains to be seen what is next in store for him.
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