Jake Paul claims that he would beat Floyd Mayweather and Anderson Silva one after another. Paul has already built a name for himself in the boxing community. Most of his popularity is not for his boxing skills but for his outstanding way of marketing himself.
Paul is currently 5-0 as a professional boxer and has dominating victories over basketball players and former UFC superstars such as Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley. In his last boxing bout he was supposed to fight Tyson Fury’s brother Tommy Fury but it was cancelled due to the Brits injury. However, the event went on with Woodley being the substitute and Paul won that fight via KO.
Nowthat, Paul has silenced many of his haters by showing his power as a legitimate boxer, there is still some criticism. Paul is yet to fight a professional boxer of his own weight class and age. Other than fighting, Paul has established himself as a promoter and recently was part of the historic fight between Amanda Serrano vs Katie Taylor at MSG. Paul is currently on a break and haven’t given any information regarding his next fight and opponents.
Jake Paul comments on defeating Floyd Mayweather and Anderson Silva
Paul recently took the Twitter to share that he thinks he can fight and beat Floyd Mayweather and Anderson Silva on the same night.
“I would beat Floyd and Anderson in the same night,” wrote Paul.
No matter how delusional it may sound, Paul most probably did this to get the attention of the fans in which he is extremely good. Recently both Mayweather and Silva were a part of an exhibition bout that took place at the Etihad Arena in Abu Dhabi.
Both Mayweather and Silva won their respective fights with a knockout and entertained the fans. It was Mayweather’s third exhibition bout and retained his crown to be undefeated. On the other hand, Silva boxed for the first time and gave an impressive performance.
Previously, Paul shared his interest in fighting Silva and Mayweather in a boxing out and it seems like it has started his plan to get that fight. It will be interesting to see how things will turn out in this matter.