Jake Paul’s current character sees him as a heel who loves getting under the skin of his opponents before every boxing match. What Jake Paul has done for professional boxing in the past couple of years, almost no one has been able to replicate. He also vowed to prove all of his haters wrong for a good reason.
The Problem Child never fails to make outrageous statements and brags about the most ridiculous things just to grab eyeballs. In fact, Jake Paul ends up believing his own hype and has now gained a huge fan following.
Last year, Jake Paul had earned a whopping $45 million, which is certainly an amazing feat. In fact, he even ended up surpassing boxing prodigy Canelo Alvarez with his earnings.
Mark J. Burns took to Twitter and revealed the list of the highest-paid athletes in the world under the age of 25 years. Jake Paul was ranked #6 his yearly income stated as $37 million. Paul took to Twitter and replied to the tweet, vowing that he will prove all of his haters wrong.
Made my pro-debut January 30, 2020. 2 years & 4 months later, I’m the 6th highest paid athlete in the world 25 and under
Hate me all you want…I’m just gonna prove you wrong. Next stop August 13th.
It remains to be seen who Jake Paul’s opponent will be on August 13th. One thing is guaranteed and that’s the fact that he will hype the fight up to the moon. Fans are certainly excited for his upcoming match as well.
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