GWOAT Challenges Jake Paul to Boxing

Jake Paul is coming off a unanimous decision win over Nate Diaz last weekend. Wet fights have led Paul to outperform Diaz, who is clearly focused on securing his pockets this week, not W, in his professional boxing debut.

Paul’s victory restores his bragging rights. which is damaged when Tommy Fury showed us everything that Paul was a great actor but not a very good boxer. (At least when he’s not paired with an MMA fighter who has never competed in the sport before).

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The loss of Diaz will likely end Paul’s ability to sell PPV vehicles. And it could mean the retirement of ‘The Problem Child’, but for now he has at least one more golden egg to lay.

Claressa Shields wants to join the Jake Paul gravy train.

GWOAT Self-proclaimed GWOAT Claressa Shields has called Jake Paul (not the first time) and promised to beat Paul if they were defeated.

“The facts remain, I will [Jake Paul]As well,” Shields wrote on Twitter (X?), before adding that Paul’s performance against Diaz was “average.”

The feud between Shields and Paul lasted at least two years. let’s destroy it

In October 2021, when Paul’s star was just starting to catch on in combat sports. Shield said she would “Shame influencers” if they’ve fought before.

Right now, the Shields aren’t happy with the suggestion that she’s the undisputed champion. Can appear on Paul’s lower card. and said it was an insult to suggest this. Don’t tell Amanda Serrano about this.

After these comments, Shields lost in her second MMA fight. Decision to part ways with Abigail Montes at PFL 10 in 2021

Immediately after that loss, Paul tweeted (X’d?) that “Fakes will always be exposed.”

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What are the chances that this will actually happen?

I mean there’s no way right?

but this is Combat sports. So never say never.

While this is Wild West sports entertainment, it’s highly unlikely that a stakeholder supporting Paul will join the fight between the genders. The visibility of such a phenomenon feels too bad for us, even in the year 2023, when it feels like popular culture and the poor world are swirling in the toilet bowl.

Jake Paul vs. Claressa Shields will definitely catch a lot of eyes. It may be an unprecedented amount. But I still suspect that’s enough to get everyone (apart from Shields excited about the prospect).

This isn’t the first time Shields have looked for male opponents.

Recently, she called former WBA welterweight champion Keith Thurman… who accepted the fight. (for charity) really

Much of the discussion came after Shields’ video, “Caught a Man in Beaten Up,” went live on YouTube.

Yeah, there’s no way Paul wanted that.

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Tim Bissell

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