Jake Paul has proven himself to be one of the biggest names in professional boxing. No matter the occasion, Jake Paul makes sure any fight he is in has a ton of hype behind it. Paul has also been called the most feared man in professional boxing.

The Problem Child continues to make outrageous statements and ridiculous boasts for attention. In fact, Jake Paul ends up believing his own hype and there is a good reason for that.

Jake Paul continues to call out numerous professionals from the combat sports world. This includes the likes of Canelo Alvarez, Nate Diaz and many others.

While speaking on his YouTube channel, Chael Sonnen defended Jake Paul against his critics. Sonnen stated that he believes Jake Paul is the most feared man in professional boxing right now.


“Think anybody in boxing didn’t want to be a main event ? Think anybody in boxing don’t want to be associated with a famous guy and fight in sold-out arenas? It’s everything you dream of. You think anybody in boxing doesn’t want to contract with Showtime? Think anybody in boxing doesn’t want to make a million dollars?

They all want those things. They don’t want to fight Jake. So if you don’t like the people Jake’s calling out, fair game. But why don’t you get one of these people that you hope he calls out to instead call him out? And until we get to that point I’m right. Jake Paul, right now, is the most feared man in boxing.”

Jake Paul also previously said that he can do some real damage to Canelo Alvarez. It remains to be seen who The Problem Child will square off against next in a boxing match.

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