Jake Paul’s current character sees him as a heel who loves getting under the skin of his opponents before every boxing match. Paul loves running his mouth and more often than not, it has led to a lot of headlines being made. It seems he doesn’t want to retire anymore from the looks of it.
The Problem Child continues to make outrageous statements and ridiculous boasts for attention. For the most part, it certainly is working as fans simply want to see Jake Paul get his face punched.
This includes the times he has compared himself to Muhammad Ali and even stated that Ali was never tested like he was. Paul even revealed that he was suffering from memory loss after over 20 concussions.
While speaking the Boxing with Chris Mannix podcast, Jake Paul addressed his previous comment about retiring after reaching a record of 10-0 in boxing. Paul stated that he no longer plans on retiring after reaching that goal.
“It’s so interesting because, at the beginning of the year, I was like, ‘Oh, I’ll go 10-0 and then retire’. But in a blink of an eye, all of a sudden, I’m 5-0. I feel like I just finished my rookie season and I just finished chapter one of the book. And there’s so much more left for me to read. And I’m young, I’m motivated, and I’m only getting better and better and better. So it’s weird to try and map it out but I definitely want to go undefeated and then retire. So whether that’s 10 fights, 15 fights – we’ll see, I guess.”
Jake Paul also recently started training for a possible MMA fight after receiving an open invitation from Bellator. It remains to be seen when exactly Jake Paul will retire from professional boxing.