Jake Paul's potential next opponents following recent Nate Diaz victory
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Having comfortably swept aside Nate Diaz in their 10-round bout earlier this year, Jake Paul is once again on the look out for his next opponent.
The 26-year-old currently boasts a record of 7-1, after his only defeat so far came against Tommy Fury in February.
With brother Logan set to return to the ring against Dillon Danis later this week, chances are Jake could be in attendance, as he sizes up his next bout.
The Problem Child has lots of potential avenues he could explore, with his experience and profile continuing to grow.
If KSI fails to beat Tommy Fury at the AO Arena in Manchester this weekend, chances are the two fighters would likely face off to settle their prolonged dispute once and for all.
JJ has beaten brother Logan over in the States before and chances are a fight between KSI and Jake would be equally as big of an event as we saw in 2019.
With Jorge Masvidal now retired from MMA, the 38-year-old's name is one that has continually been mentioned.
Although still signed to the UFC and adamant he would have to seek permission, he did recently tell the MMA Hour that he would 'break' Paul.
''I would break that dude, I would break him,'' Masvidal told Ariel Helwani. ''He couldn't handle my pace, my speed or my power.''
Following along the same trend here, former UFC and WWE star Matt Riddle is another name that has been heavily reported.
According to reports this week, the talks between Paul and Riddle were said to be at a 'preliminary' stage and that both fighters were keen on making a deal happen at some point in the future.
Following his recent victory over Diaz, Paul was once again asked about the possibility of fighting Conor McGregor, of which he gave a classic reponse.
"I don't care about that guy. He needs to go to rehab,'' Paul told reporters in his post-match press conference.
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