5 Biggest Jake Paul Fights
Jake Paul is returning to the ring on March 2, where he will co-headline alongside Amanda Serrano on the Most Valuable Promotions card in Puerto Rico. “The Problem Child” has revealed his opponent will be Ryan Bourland (17-2, 6 KOs), who has not fought since a September 2022 win against Santario Martin. In preparation for this fight, we wanted to bring you the t0p 5 Jake Paul fights.
Top 5 Jake Paul Fights
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Top 5 Jake Paul Fights: Nate Robinson
Following a victory over Ali Eson Gib, Paul decided to fight former NBA player Nate Robinson. The build-up to the fight was full of insults between the two – with the fight attracting plenty of interest, being on the undercard of Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr.
Towards the end of the first round, it became clear Paul was in control, and “The Problem Child” got the KO victory in the second round with a brutal right hand.
Top 5 Jake Paul Fights: Tyron Woodley I
At the time, this was arguably Jake’s biggest challenge as he prepared to face former five-time UFC champ Tyron Woodley. The build-up was full of back-and-forths, with a hilarious bet between the two involving Woodley having to get an ‘I love Jake Paul’ tattooed on himself if he lost.
The combat sports experience of Woodley ultimately pushed Paul, but “The Problem Child” won by split decision following the completion of the eight rounds.
After the loss to Tommy Fury, Paul agreed to a fight with former UFC star Nate Diaz. The fight saw Paul land at will in the opening few rounds before Diaz began to have success in the southpaw stance before “The Problem Child” knocked down his opponent with a left hand in round five.
The rest of the fight saw Paul outwork Diaz and earn a unanimous decision victory, with the judge’s scorecards winning 97-92 and 98-91 x 2. The fight also produced impressive PPV numbers.
After many issues, Paul and Tommy Fury finally met in the ring – with “The Problem Child” ultimately experiencing his first professional defeat. This was undoubtedly the biggest test of Paul’s career.
Fury appeared tentative in parts but controlled the distance well and did enough to earn a split decision victory – with the scorecards reading 74-75 for Paul and 2x 76-73 for Fury. It seems inevitable the two will rematch in the future, with Paul having a rematch clause.
On December 15, 2023, Jake Paul returned to the ring to face professional boxer Andre August in a cruiserweight fight at the Caribe Royale Orlando in Orlando, Florida.
August looked like a deer in headlights as the fight began, with Paul settling well, mixing his punches, before delivering a devastating uppercut, which ended the contest, leaving August on the canvas. After the fight, “The Problem Child” said: “I said first-round knockout all week. I manifested this.“