Jake Paul to fight for a world title, quit boxing if he loses

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    By Ponciano Melo – YouTuber and potentially rising boxing star Jake Paul has put a significant bet on the table taunting the boxing world.

    After being unbeaten on three professional fights against fellow YouTuber and former NBA player Nate Robinson, the love-hate on Paul has sprouted tremendously that it affected the landscape of boxing.

    Jake Paul has been offered a cruiserweight world title conflict – however, it could likewise mean the finish of his young expert boxing vocation.

    YouTube star Paul is 3-0 as a master with TKO triumphs over individual online media influencer AnEsonGib, NBA player Nate Robinson and ex-UFC contender Ben Askren.

    However, he could be setting out a world title shot after a video of cruiserweight champion Mairis Briedis calling him out was delivered by advertiser Kalle Sauerland.

    The Wasserman boxing chief, who additionally advances Chris Eubank Jr, tweeted their novel proposal to 24-year-old Paul of a conflict for the IBF cruiserweight title conflict against 24-1 Briedis.

    He tweeted a video of Briedis taunting the former Disney actor with the caption: “Hey Jake Paul – happy to arrange you are taking a shot at Mairis Briedis’ belts, only condition if you lose you have to leave boxing… Deal?”

    Paul had been equipping more towards battling another MMA rival in a hybrid battle with Dillon Danis, seeming, by all accounts, to be the leader and UFC welterweight champion Kamaru Usman’s supervisor Ali Abdelaziz guaranteeing talks are in progress.

    He likewise urged a fight with 50-0 boxing legend Floyd Mayweather at a media occasion this month, after Mayweather asserted he would battle the web star on that very night as his presentation with sibling Logan.

    With a 3-0 record and solid boxing minds like mentor BJ Flores and preparing accomplice J’Leon Love in his corner, it is improbable that Paul will even react to the offer, yet it’s a sign of his effect in the game.

    The YouTuber is accounted for to have sold 1.5 million compensation for every perspective for his battle with Ben Askren a month ago, which lands him a spot on the rundown of top-selling boxing PPVs ever.

    His first time as the main event, with his subsequent star trip occurring on the undercard of the Mike Tyson v Roy Jones Jr show battle a year ago, also hit the best ten rundowns in number seven.

    His expert presentation occurred on real-time feature DAZN, so seeing figures are obscure. However, his beginner bow against individual YouTuber Deji Olatunji occurred on the undercard of KSI v Logan Paul 1, which did 1.3m PPV purchases – yet at a meager cost of £7.50.

    He has communicated an extreme objective of battling UFC legend Conor McGregor in what might be a tremendous battle – and offered an incredible £35million to attempt to get it going, which was disregarded.