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Jake Paul claimed nobody in boxing history has ever achieved what he has after he won his 5th professional fight

Jake Paul claimed nobody in boxing history has ever achieved what he has after he won his 5th professional fight.. Jake Paul boldly claimed that nobody in boxing history has ever achieved what he has after he defeated ex-UFC star Tyron Woodley for a second time.

Jake Paul claimed nobody in boxing history has ever achieved what he has after he won his 5th professional fight
Jake Paul claimed nobody in boxing history has ever achieved what he has after he won his 5th professional fight—-


Paul secured a unanimous decision victory over Woodley in their first fight in August, but was far more decisive in their rematch on Sunday, knocking the former UFC champion out cold with a brutal overhand right in the sixth round.

Woodley had stepped in as a late replacement for Paul’s original opponent, Tommy Fury, who had to pull out due to injury and illness just weeks before the fight.

The victory means the YouTuber-turned-boxer now holds a professional record of 5-0 having also beaten retired UFC fighter Ben Askren, former NBA star Nate Robinson, and YouTuber AnEsonGib.

Despite all of his fights thus far coming against opponents with no previous professional boxing experience, however, Paul believes his achievements in the sport thus far are unmatched.

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“No one in the history of boxing has done what I’ve done at this age,” the 24-year-old said after his second win over Woodley.

“Massive pay-per-views, knocked out every single person that I’ve fought. The only person that’s as active as me and doing as big pay-per-views is Canelo.

“I’ve turned everyone I’ve fought into memes, going viral all over the internet. I’m ready to fight whoever — it doesn’t matter if they’re a professional boxer or a five-time UFC champion. I’m built for this.”

Paul also said that he now has his sights set on a world title.

Asked about his long-term vision in the sport, Paul told reporters: “It’s scary to try and put a cap on where this can go, the potential is unlimited here.

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“It’s really up to me and my team and how hard I want to work. I’m hungry and motivated and I love this shit. Two years as a professional and this has gone astronomical and it’s making history.

“I would love to just continue to put on historic events, sell massive pay-per-views and fight higher level opposition as I go.

“Maybe when the time is right I’ll go for the world championship belt, whatever belt that is. IBF, WBA, WBO, I don’t know. It would be funny to become world champion and be like: ‘Yeah, I’m a YouTuber.'”

Since beating Woodley on Sunday, offers to fight Paul have flooded in from around the world of boxing, mixed martial arts, and other sports.

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Le’Veon Bell, a free agent who most recently played in the NFL for the Baltimore Ravens, tweeted Paul saying: “Fight me, stop tryna fight ppl who can’t box.”

Paul replied by offering to set up Bell with a fight against Woodley.

“Aye @TWooodley this clown saying you can’t box,” he said. “How about you show him as part of the next MVP event? Tyron would drop you faster than the Ravens!!”

UFC star Jorge Masvidal also offered to fight Paul, albeit in the Octagon.

“Come on over to UFC. Sign a one-fight deal. I will break your jaw in front of the whole world,” the 37-year-old said on Instagram. 

“If you want it, it’s here.”

 

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