Jake Paul vs KSI: UFC News: An episode of Impaulsive titled “The Trouble Child” just aired. Paul hinted at a rematch with…
Jake Paul vs KSI: UFC News: An episode of Impaulsive titled “The Trouble Child” just aired. Paul hinted at a rematch with his longtime foe KSI during the video. It’s worth mentioning that they’ve been at odds for years without ever really fighting each other. Follow the latest UFC News Updates with InsideSport.IN
Despite KSI’s recent boxing activity, Jake Paul is under the impression that he has never faced a worthy opponent. Interestingly enough, Paul’s brother Logan Paul made his boxing debut in 2019 against ‘JJ,’ losing to the Brit through a split decision, lending credence to Paul’s claim.
It seems that “The Trouble Child” has forgotten the Jake Paul vs KSI fight…
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It might have been a subtle jab at ‘The Maverick’, on the other hand.
When asked if he would like to meet KSI before a rematch with Tommy Fury, Jake Paul replied, “No, no and like, KSI never fought anyone decent.”
Recently, “the Trouble Child” stepped into the ring to face Tommy Fury. Paul, who made his professional boxing debut in 2020, lost his first fight, which some called the first “true” challenge of his career.
Since then, much has been made of the possibility of a rematch between the two, given the first bout was quite close. Curiously, if Paul were to lose the fight, the contract would allow for a rematch.
It seems like “The Trouble Child” is eager to use it, thinking he could have defeated Tommy Fury if they had it.
Moreover, Fury has shown some interest in a rematch with Paul, and it appears that an agreement has been reached between the two camps to make the rematch a reality. Mike Coppinger, a boxing journalist, has stated that a rematch between Fury and Paul is planned for this year, perhaps in July.
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