Is Jake Paul A Good Boxer? (Stats And Overview!)

Last Updated on October 2, 2021 by Daniel Cuttridge

Yes! Jake Paul is a good boxer who had four fights and was victorious in all. He defeated AnEsonGib, a fellow YouTuber, Ben Askren, ONE Welterweight Champion, and Nate Robinson, a professional basketball via Technical Knockout. However, he defeated Tyron Woodley by a split decision. In this article, we are going to look into the professional career of Jake Paul as a boxer with stats and in-depth explanations. 

Jake Joseph Paul is an American social media personality, YouTuber, and boxer. He became popular in his role as Dirk Mann on the Disney Channel series, Bizaardvark for two seasons. Paul has been involved in a lot of controversial issues throughout his career including featuring age-inappropriate material for YouTube, sexually suggestive behavior, engaging in risky stunts, and being charged with unlawful assembly and criminal trespasses. 

Additionally, Paul has been charged a number of times for sexual assaults. However, his mixing career took off when he defeated British YouTuber Deji Olatunji through Technical Knockout in the fifth round in an amateur contest in August 2018. Afterward, he went on to defeat another YouTube AnEsonGib through Technical Knockout in the first round in January 2020. 

Not quite long after, Paul continued his professional boxing career and came out being victorious in three fights. One was against Nate Robinson, a retired basketball player, the second and third were against Tyron Woodley and Ben Askren, two of which are retired mixed martial artists.

The table below contains the professional record summary of Jake Paul

4 fights4 wins0 losses
By knockout30
By decision10

Overview Of Jake Paul’s Boxing Career

Overview Of Jake Pauls Boxing Career

On the 17th of January 1997, Jake Joseph Paul was born in Cleveland, but he spent most of his childhood with his older brother, Logan, an internet personality and a YouTube in Westlake, Ohio. They were both given birth to by realtor Gregory Allan Paul and Pamela Ann Stepnick. It was in September 2013 that Paul started his social media career on Vine. Paul has already gathered about 5.3 million followers and 2 billion views on the Vine app before it was discontinued by Twitter Inc.. 

In a pair of amateur white-collar boxing matches, Jake Paul and his brother Logan Paul started boxing as an amateur career. His first match was against Deji Olatunji on the 25th of August 2018. He was able to make his pro debut on the undercard of this same match. Deji was defeated via TKO in the first round. 

Professional Career 

Paul announced his professional debut boxing match against AnEsonGib, a YouTuber, on the 21st of December 2019. The match was scheduled to take place on the 30th of January 2020 in the city of Miami. The match was the co-feature to the WBO world middleweight title bout between professional boxers Luke Keeler and Demetrius Andrade. Paul moved on to his second professional bout against Nate Robinson, a professional basketballer. The match was an undercard for the Roy Jones Jr. vs Mike Tyson exhibition match. This match was rescheduled for 28 of November from the initial date of September 12 because they were trying to maximize revenue. The match later took place on the rescheduled date at the Dignity Health Sports Park in Carson, California.

Furthermore, Paul had his third professional bout against former Bellator MMA and ONE Welterweight Champion, Ben Askren on the 28th of March 2021 in the city of Los Angeles. Paul defeated Askren through Technical Knockout in the first round. It was reported according to Triller that the sporting event made up to 1.45 million pay-per-view. 

It was noted that Paul and one of his cornermen had had a backstage confrontation with Tyron Woodley, a former UFC Welterweight Champion before the Jake Paul vs Ben Askren main event took place. Woodley called out Paul to challenge him into a fight after he knocked out Askren. On the 31st of May 2021, there was a confirmation that Paul will be facing Tyron Woodley in a boxing bout scheduled to hold on the 29th of August 2021. Fortunately, Paul won the boxing match again by split decision where the fight was scored by 77-75 and 78-74 in his favor. 

The table below contains every detail of Jake Paul’s professional boxing career. 

No.ResultRecordOpponentTypeDateLocation
4Win4–0  Tyron Woodley, former UFC Welterweight ChampionSDAug 29, 2021  Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse, Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.
3Win3–0  Ben Askren, ONE Welterweight ChampionTKOApr 17, 2021  Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
2Win2–0  Nate Robinson, a retired basketball playerKONov 28, 2020 Staples Center, Los Angeles, California, U.S.
1Win1–0  AnEsonGib, a YouTuberTKOJan 30, 2020  The Meridian at Island Gardens, Miami, Florida, U.S.

FAQs

We’ve compiled a small list of the frequently asked questions and answers about Jake Paul’s boxing career. Let’s check them out! 

How Tall Is Jake Paul? 

Paul is a boxer who stands at 6 feet and 1 inch. He was a few inches taller than his former opponent, Woodley, who stands at 5 feet and 9 inches. Paul enjoyed an added advantage of 4 inches over his opponent. 

What Is The Weight Of Jake Paul? 

In his previous boxing bouts, Paul competed at 190 pounds, which means that he should now be between 200 and 210 pounds. He was a bit bigger in weight than his former opponent, Woodley, who weighs around 170 pounds for most of his MMA career. 

Final Words 

Jake Paul is a very good fighter who has already proven himself when he defeated some professional combat fighters. He has never been defeated in all his four professional boxing bouts. We’ve come to the end of this informative article. We hope you were able to find good resources in your quest to know if Jake Paul is a good boxer. If you have any questions or comments about the article topic, don’t hesitate to contact us. Thanks

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