Boxing: Jake Paul to stage next fight Dec. 15; opponent TBD


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Jake Paul’s next boxing match will be Dec. 15, though an opponent and a location have yet to be announced.

Paul (7-1) said in a statement released Monday by the promotion team he founded, Most Valuable Promotions, that his “mission” is to win a world championship.

Most Valuable Promotions’ official account on X, formerly known as Twitter, revealed that Paul’s opponent will be announced on Oct. 27 on DAZN after the conclusion of a fight between Amanda Serrano and Danila Ramos.

“Eight fights in the boxing game and I’m already its biggest name,” Paul said in his statement. “I’ve proved that I can headline the biggest global events and defy the odds.

“PPV after PPV after PPV, and I’m just getting started. My mission is to be a world champion and I’m willing to do whatever it takes to get there. December 15th is the next step on my journey, and I promise you’re not going to want to miss it.”

Paul’s only loss came to Tommy Fury, the brother of heavyweight world champion Tyson Fury, in February. In his most recent fight, he defeated UFC star Nate Diaz by unanimous decision.

Since his first foray into boxing in 2020, the YouTuber’s list of opponents has included ex-NBA player Nate Robinson and former UFC champs Tyron Woodley and Anderson Silva.

–Field Level Media


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