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WWE legend Hulk Hogan makes his feelings clear on Jake Paul vs Mike Tyson fight

WWE legend Hulk Hogan makes his feelings clear on Jake Paul vs Mike Tyson fight

WWE legend Hogan has given his verdict on Jake Paul vs Mike Tyson.

WWE legend Hulk Hogan has made his feelings clear on Jake Paul's upcoming fight with former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson.

There has been a huge amount of discussion around the fight between YouTuber-turned-boxer Paul, 27, and boxing legend Tyson, 57, with Hogan the latest person to offer his opinion.

The bout was originally scheduled for July but had to be postponed on medical advice after Tyson suffered an ulcer flare up when on a plane earlier this month.

As a result, it will now take place on November 15 in Arlington, Teaxs and will be shown exclusively on Netflix.

WWE icon Hogan recently shared his thoughts on the fight to TMZ and insisted Tyson couldn't be counted out despite the age difference between the pair.

"When he gets focused, he will seek and destroy. I see that bad dog look in his eye now. It's like when you don't trust a bad dog, it might bite ya at any time," Hogan said.

"That's the look he's got. I remember that look from 25 years ago, it's kind of scary."

Hogan added that he's glad the fight has been rescheduled as it means that both fighters will be at 100 per cent.

"I'm excited about it. I'm kind of glad it's rescheduled because I don't want any excuses. I've got a feeling this is gonna be the fight of the century, brothers. This is gonna be a good one," he continued.

Hulk Hogan has given his thoughts on the fight (Image: Getty)
Hulk Hogan has given his thoughts on the fight (Image: Getty)

Whilst this is the fight on everyone's mind, Paul is expected to face former UFC star Mike Perry first before he meets Tyson at the end of the year.

It's been more than a year since 'The Problem Child' last entered the ring and beat Ryan Bourland, and so a match against Perry will provide great preparation for the bout with Tyson.

Whilst Perry boasts a solid record in UFC, he is 0-1 in pro boxing, having lost to Kenneth McNeil in his only fight in 2015.

Featured Image Credit: Getty

Topics: Boxing, Boxing News, Hulk Hogan, Jake Paul, Mike Tyson, WWE