Jake Paul: Nate Diaz is gonna get diced up. I see it ending in four rounds or less

“I’m ready, it’s not going to go that long. I think he’s gonna be sharp for a couple of rounds"

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Jake Paul: Nate Diaz is gonna get diced up. I see it ending in four rounds or less

Jake Paul and Nate Diaz are highly motivated before their boxing match, which we will eagerly await. The match will take place on August 5, 2023, at the American Airlines Center in Dallas, Texas. After the promotion, Nate Diaz gave a forecast about the match, not knowing that the fight will consist of 8 rounds.

“Nate Diaz in round ten,” Diaz said, as quoted by Boxingscene. Jake Paul reminded his opponent that the fight consisted of 8 rounds. “It’s an eight-round fight,” -Paul said. Diaz is prepared to fight in such a manner if necessary.

Despite this, it appears that he has a greater motivation for a 10-round fight. As far as he is concerned, the most important thing is that he shows his qualities and wins the fight.
“I don’t know what to say, I ain’t wearing no belt like that,” said Diaz.

“But yeah, for sure. I don’t care about belts. I just want to make sure the rounds are right”.

Jake Paul and compromise

There is a willingness to compromise on the part of Paul. There is no doubt in the mind of Poplar Youtuber that he can win this match quickly, as he believes in himself as well as in his speed, readiness, and other qualities that make him an excellent competitor.

“Whatever he wants,” said Paul. “I’m ready, it’s not going to go that long. I think he’s gonna be sharp for a couple of rounds but there’s nothing he can do to stop me. I’m faster, I’m stronger.

I’m the better boxer. “He’s gonna be coming forward. He doesn’t have head movement. He’s trying to pressure me. He’s gonna get diced up. I see it ending in four rounds or less”. Diaz does not want to lose in the 9th round.

“If I lose in the 9th round, that’d be f----- up,”- Diaz said. "They’ll be like ‘Oh he asked for more rounds.’”

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