There are several contenders for Jake Paul's next opponent. One of the most unexpected calls for participation comes from a top fighter who competes in the PFL.
Jake Paul just defeated Nate Diaz by unanimous decision, which was a mediocre victory. In the lackluster contest, Paul outperformed Diaz, who was obviously more concerned with protecting his bag this week than with earning the victory in his pro boxing debut.
With his victory, Paul regains his bragging rights and becomes a legitimate contender in the DraftKings Sportsbook. After Tommy Fury's defeat, which was marred. While being a fantastic performer, Paul is not a very good boxer.
Paul's capacity to sell pay-per-view subscriptions would have likely ended with a defeat to Diaz, and 'The Problem Child' would have likely retired as a result. He still has at least one more golden egg to lay, however, as things stand.
Jake Paul's success is something Claressa Shields is keen to capitalize on
Claressa Shields, the self-declared GWOAT, has once again attacked Jake Paul and vowed to defeat him if the two ever face off.
“Facts remain, I’ll get [Jake Paul], too,” Shields Tweeted (X) followed by the comment that Paul's performance versus Diaz was “mediocre”.
Shields and Paul's animosity dates back at least two years.
Shields said she would "embarrass" the influencer if they ever engaged in battle in October 2021, since Paul's popularity in combat sports was only beginning to grow.
At that point, Shields also reacted angrily when it was suggested that she, the undisputed champion, would take part in a Paul undercard, calling the idea offensive. By the way, don't tell Amanda Serrano this.
Following these remarks, Shields was defeated by Abigail Montes at PFL 10 in 2021 in her second-ever mixed martial arts match by a split decision.
Paul tweeted (X'd?) out "the fake always gets exposed" right after following that defeat.
Paul was challenged by Shields to a $100,000 sparring fight, which UFC President Dana White would have wanted to witness.