Since knocking out ex-NBA star Nate Robinson back in November, Jake Paul has spent the last couple months calling out actual fighters like Conor McGregor, Dillon Danis and Ben Askren, and challenging them to face him on PPV.
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Well Jake Paul has today confirmed that his next fight is officially taking place on April 10 and his opponent will be… well, we don’t actually know yet.
Despite teasing a HUGE announcement, it turned out to be only the date of the fight and the fact that Snoop Dogg will be providing ringside commentary. Which is great news considering how funny he was the last time around:
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I mean Snoop Dogg singing church hymns and semi-sarcastically going “oh LAWD” just made the whole thing that much more entertaining. I actually hope Jake Paul does end up smashing whoever he’s got lined up next, which probably won’t be Conor McGregor, no matter how hard he tries…
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Let’s be real here, Jake Paul’s opponent will probably end up being some other YouTuber or retired athlete or at least someone with a big enough social media following to make things interesting. Imagine how annoyed the boxing community will be if Jake Paul actually does end up going 3-0? Especially with Snoop Dogg treating the whole thing like a joke from ringside.
Meanwhile, Jake Paul’s brother Logan will be fighting Floyd Mayweather in February. Mike Tyson turned up to Logan’s podcast recently and let him know exactly why he stands no chance against one of the best boxers in history. Good luck anyways, champ!