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Jake Paul Reveals TEN-MAN Fight Hitlist - It's Incredibly Personal With One Of Them Already

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Jake Paul Reveals TEN-MAN Fight Hitlist - It's Incredibly Personal With One Of Them Already

Jake Paul has revealed his 10-man 'hitlist' - with one of the names on the list already issuing a furious response.

YouTuber turned boxer Paul is currently 3-0 and wants to become a world champion in the sport.

He takes on former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley on August 29 and according to his list, there are still a few more to go.

The 24-year-old has already beaten fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib as well NBA star Nate Robinson and Ben Askren.

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Next up on his list is Canelo Alvarez but the chances of that happening soon are slim... if there is any chance at all.

Conor McGregor and Tommy Fury, who Paul has been involved in public spats with, also featured.

Check out the entire list below.

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1. AnEsonGib

2. Nate Robinson

3. Ben Askren

4. Tyron Woodley

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5. Canelo Alvarez

6. Nate or Nick Diaz

7. Kamaru Usman

8. 'Timmy' [Tommy] Fury

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9. Conor McGregor

10. KSI

11. Gervonta Davis

12. Logan Paul [?]

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The likely next fight for Paul is Tommy Fury, who on the same card as Paul at the end of this month.

Gervonta Davis has attempted to distance himself from Paul by tweeting: "Jake Paul better leave me tf alone..."

'The Problem Child' hit back immediately: "You're just mad you're not tall enough to ride the rides at the amusement park."

Paul then replied with a photoshopped image of Davis captioned: "Someone has a SHORT temper!"


Despite many believing all this is a publicity stunt, Paul has a genuine passion for boxing and wants gold around his waist.

"Anything is possible - my goal is to become a world champion to laugh and say I did it. Ultimate fight would be against Canelo," he told talkSPORT.

"It's about making history and proving people wrong - I want to leave an everlasting legacy. I know I can become one of the best in the world in this sport. Boxing is the perfect way to prove haters wrong."

Featured Image Credit: Jake Paul

Topics: Conor Mcgregor, Boxing, Jake Paul, Tommy Fury, UFC, Kamaru Usman

Daniel Marland
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