Jake Paul Announces Next Fight Date, Turns Down UFC Veteran

"We're baaaaaack, Friday, April 26" - Jake Paul

Paul Gears Up for Another Bout Amid Speculations

YouTube-boxer Jake Paul is not slowing down in 2024 as he announces the date for his next event, stirring up anticipation for his potential match-up. Fresh off his recent victory over Ryan Bourland in Puerto Rico, where he secured a win in the first round, Paul faced criticism for the perceived ease of the match. Despite this, he improved his boxing record to 9-1 and teased the next date for a Most Valuable Promotions event.



Social Media Buzz and Speculations on Next Opponent

Via social media, Paul excitedly shared, “We’re baaaaaack, Friday, April 26.” While it remains unclear whether Paul will compete in the gala, his unscathed state post-Bourland fight hints at a possible appearance. The announcement might also relate to Amanda Serrano’s upcoming match, who had to withdraw from her recent bout due to an eye injury.

Paul Eyes MMA Debut in PFL, Rejects Diaz and Ferguson

Jake Paul, having signed with PFL, expresses keen interest in making his MMA debut. Open to fighting a UFC athlete, he stated, “Anyone who can get out of their contract, I’ll fight them. It’s easy work for me, but I want a PFL MMA match. It just has to be the right opponent.” He revealed an unaccepted $15 million offer to Nate Diaz and remains on the lookout for a willing challenger.


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Respecting Tony Ferguson’s Legacy

Among potential adversaries, UFC veteran Tony Ferguson’s name surfaced. Despite Ferguson’s interest in a match, Paul hesitates, citing Ferguson’s recent struggles in the octagon. “Tony Ferguson, he said he wanted to fight? I don’t want to see him leave the industry that way. It would be sad. He’s a good guy; we don’t want it to end for Tony like that,” Paul remarked, emphasizing respect for Ferguson’s career.


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“We’re baaaaaack, Friday, April 26,” said Jake Paul on social media.

“Anyone who can get out of their contract, I’ll fight them. It’s easy work for me, but I want a PFL MMA match. It just has to be the right opponent,” said Paul.

“Tony Ferguson, he said he wanted to fight? I don’t want to see him leave the industry that way. It would be sad. He’s a good guy; we don’t want it to end for Tony like that,” Paul remarked on Ferguson.

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