Social Media Boxer Jake Paul Wins Fight Against Nate Diaz, Woman Boxer Challenges Him!

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Tex Hollywood - August 7, 2023

Jake Paul is the social media celebrity who made a lot of money thanks to understanding how to troll social media and monetize it. His brother Logan who paved the way for him is an actual billionaire in part due to his energy drink and Jake doesn't do too bad either.

The duo took an interest in boxing, clearly as a business decision after seeing all the boxers like Mayweather make stupid money in the sport, opening the door for them to do a social media version of it, because you don't have to be the best boxer out there, you just need to be the biggest draw to get paid.

This past weekend he beat Nate Diaz, who I believe is old and tired and now female boxer Claressa Shields, who is the women's boxing champ, and who was not impressed with the boxing she saw on Saturday night has decided to challenge Paul to a fight.

Some are saying the fan brawl is far more technical than Jake Paul's fight, but I'm not a Jake Paul hater so I won't agree.

At risk of comparing Jake Paul to Andy Kaufman, something that I am sure would offend all the Andy Kaufman fans out there because they don't think Jake Paul's series of trolls and viral stunts are as legitimate as Kaufman, Paul's troll of being a credible boxer may end up in some dude fighting chicks, like Kaufman's did back in the 70s.

I guess it's like anything, actual athletes in the sport can tell who the hacks are, but the reality is, Jake Paul could likely kick her ass because she's a girl and he's not.

Here she is beating up dudes:

Here she is in the gym....

Here she is in bikinis...

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