‘The Problem Child’ Jake Paul will look to add to his in-ring resume when he faces 10-1 Andre August in a cruiserweight battle
It’s happened again, another man has defeated women within their own division. For generations, feminists fought against the patriarchy, to establish places for women to compete fairly, and on par with each other. Well, the patriarchy has won thanks to it’s strongest allies in the war for oppression— women.
Former Disney actor turned YouTuber and professional boxer, Jake Paul, has a message for America; wake up and pay attention or all the madness you see within our politics and culture are going to get way, way worse.
It’s official folks, should MMA fighter Dillon Danis withdraw from his upcoming boxing match against YouTuber turned WWE star/influencer boxer, Logan Paul, Paul has secured BKFC champion “Platinum” Mike Perry to fill in as part of the headlining KSI vs Tommy Fury undercard on October 14.
UFC star Colby Covington isn’t putting money on a hypothetical matchup between himself and any of the YouTube famous Paul brothers happening in reality anytime soon, but fans of combat sports should know that never actually doesn’t mean never ever.
While British boxer Tommy Fury might not be the most well-known boxer in the United States, he certainly has a fan in UFC commentator and podcaster Joe Rogan.
Rapper Saweetie stole the show when she appeared during the walk out for Amanda Serrano’s fight against Heather Hardy on Saturday’s main card for the Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz headliner. However, Conor McGregor seems to have all eyes on him post-fight for making a series of inappropriate attempts of flirting with the rapper in since-deleted tweets.
So you know how Jake Paul loves to put on a show before his boxing fights, right? Well, he tried to do the same thing with Nate Diaz this time around, setting up a ‘face-to-face’ chat moderated by combat sports commentator Ariel Helwani. The whole idea is to churn up some last-minute drama before the fight week. But Diaz? He’s not having any of it.
As we enter the final days leading up to YouTuber turned boxer Jake Paul’s face off against UFC star Nate Diaz, Paul has admitted that should he lose in the ring on August 5th, this could be the last time we see him in the ring as a professional ever again.
Over the weekend, YouTube star turned celebrity boxer Jake Paul once again hushed critics and the rumor mill accusing him of taking performance enhancing drugs to bulk up for his upcoming fight with retired MMA fighter Nate Diaz.