Eddie Hearn predicts the outcome of Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz

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Eddie Hearn predicts the outcome of Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz
Eddie Hearn predicts the outcome of Jake Paul vs Nate Diaz (Provided by Financial World)

Eddie Hearn and Jake Paul are no more on good terms; their animosity towards each other grew quite strong when they were promoting the mega event: Amanda Serrano vs Katie Taylor. Hearn's personal opinion about Jake Paul's boxing career started heated arguments between the two, and ever since then, things just got uglier between Jake Paul and Eddie Hearn.

Jake Paul is ready to make his return after facing his first-ever career defeat against Tommy Fury. The Problem Child will have his comeback knock against the widely known MMA star Nate Diaz. Eddie Hearn recently shared his reaction to the match-up and predicted the outcome of the highly anticipated event.

Eddie Hearn's predictions for Paul vs Diaz

Recently in an interview with Ariel Helwani, Eddie Hearn talks about the upcoming match between Nate Diaz and Jake Paul and analyzes the possibilities that could take place and shares his thoughts on the outcome of the event.

I have no idea if Nate can even fight," Hearn said, as quoted by mirror.co.uk. "I've had some conversations with his guys and it's interesting - what Nate has done means no one knows,. He could get completely smashed to pieces in a round, or he could be a great fighter.

He further said." I hear he used to spar with Andre Ward and stuff like this. If you're asking me, I think Jake Paul beats him comfortably. But others would know more about his boxing ability - I really hope Nate Diaz wins and I really like Nate Diaz, I'm just saying that so if he sees me after this prediction he doesn't put me to sleep on the concrete!

But I think he gets stopped". In less than three months, we will see how accurate Eddie Hearn's predictions are, the odds are heavily stacked against Nate Diaz, and it will be very interesting to see if Nate Diaz can do something that shocks the boxing world.

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