It appears as though Jake Paul could bid adieu to the sport of boxing.
The 24-year-old recently posted a tweet suggesting that he may call it a career with four wins on his resume.
Paul is coming off a huge victory over former UFC star Tyron Woodley. He went the distance with ‘The Chosen One’ and had his hand raised after eight hard-fought rounds.
Now that he has finally registered a win over a formidable opponent in Woodley, Paul has seemingly hinted at early retirement.
Updating the status of his fairly young combat sports career, Paul recognized himself as a “retired boxer” in his post.
Paul made his professional boxing debut in January 2020 against fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib. Commencing his boxing journey in spectacular fashion, Paul knocked out the UK YouTuber in the first round.
He then took on Nate Robinson and produced a viral knockout of the former NBA ace.
Garnering a good deal of hype in the combat sports world, Paul then challenged Ben Askren, who had years of experience in the fight game and particularly in wrestling.
Askren was no match for Paul’s speed and power. He was sent crashing to the canvas in the first round.
Jake Paul leaves Tyron Woodley’s rematch aspirations hanging by a thread
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