'The problem child' Jake Paul is back on the winning page after his recent encounter with Nate Diaz. It looks like Jake won't compete against MMA fighters anytime soon; he looks forward to fighting credible opponents who are professional boxers.
There is a chance for fans to witness Tommy Fury vs Jake Paul rematch; the chances will strengthen even more if KSI wins this Saturday night. If Jake's next opponent is not a professional boxer, it would be fair to assume that KSI is next.
Jake Paul has been heavily criticized for fighting MMA fighters and not professional boxers. Jake aspires to be the world champion, and his end goal is to fight Canelo; he can foresee it happening in a few years. Recently, Jake addressed that he will announce his next opponent soon; it will be interesting to see who he ends up fighting.
Jake Paul on what's next
Recently, on Nelk Boys Podcast, Jake Paul spoke about the next steps in his boxing journey. Paul also talks about being a world champion in the future. "I'm looking at some pro boxers," Paul said, as quoted by the-sun.com. "Because I want to take this more traditional boxing route of moving up into the rankings, fighting professionals and taking the route to become world champion like a prospect of my calibre.
So we're looking at some pro boxers and they're not going to be big names by any means". Paul further said: "I want to be world champion, though. And there's risk, for sure. But, for me I want to challenge myself, continue to grow in this sport and get to the top of it, from a skill level, 100 per cent that's my goal".
Jake Paul is going to be present for the upcoming prime card, where his brother Logan Paul will be fighting Dillon Danis.