Paddy Pimblett comments on Jake Paul’s recent performance

After watching the recent clash between Tommy fury and jake paul, Paddy pimblett shares his thoughts on his performance.

by Aryan Lakhani
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Paddy Pimblett comments on Jake Paul’s recent performance

In the past, jake paul and paddy the baddy pimblett have gone back and forth with heated arguments over social media platforms; jake paul also challenged to spar him for a million dollars. After watching the recent clash between Tommy fury and Jake paul, Paddy pimblett shares his thoughts on his performance.

In a recent interview on TMZ sports, Paddy pimblett said that he is still down to spar with Jake paul if given the opportunity to do so, and he said jake paul is a terrible boxer and said that he is worse than he thought he was.

On multiple occasions, Paddy Pimblett has accused Jake Paul of fighting rigged matches and never had anything positive to say about jake paul’s boxing career.

Paddy Pimblett couldn't fight the 'sparring match' in Puerto Rico

Due to travelling complexities, paddy couldn’t accept jake paul’s offer to fight in Puerto Rico for a million dollars.

However, paddy responded with an offer to settle a sparring match in the UFC performance institute – which Jake didn’t accept. So the chances are high that Jake paul vs paddy pimblett takes place as an official match in the boxing ring or maybe in the cage for an MMA match.

Jake Paul vs Paddy Pimblett: a potential match up

After partnering with PFL ( professional fighters league), jake paul promised one MMA match, which increases the likelihood of an interesting clash between ‘’the problem child’’ and ‘’The scouser’’.

The crossover will turn out to be a massive event, and surely there would be a lot of money to gain down the line. Jake paul’s boxing skills have been severely underestimated, and he has won all his fights against MMA fighters; his fighting resume is a combination of legends.

In the end, it all breaks down to entertainment, and the problem child has never failed to entertain his fans; from trash-talking to his overall boxing performance, he has never failed to deliver a massive event. (Photo credit: The Sun)

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