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Jake Paul Has A Crazy Four-Man Boxing Wishlist, Pay-Per-View Records Would Be Broken

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Jake Paul Has A Crazy Four-Man Boxing Wishlist, Pay-Per-View Records Would Be Broken

Jake Paul has revealed his ambitious four-man boxing wishlist, with the 'Problem Child' targeting massive fights with Conor McGregor, Floyd Mayweather, Canelo Alvarez and Mike Tyson.

Paul takes on Tyron Woodley for a second time on Saturday night after the former UFC welterweight champion taking the fight on short notice after Tommy Fury pulled out due to a bacterial chest infection and broken rib.

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Although some don't like the way he's gone about it, Paul has become a big name in boxing and had a key part to play in some of the sport's biggest events in recent times.

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He's branded himself the "Most Valuable Boxer" and splashed out on a $500,000 belt that contains a Rolex watch and diamond cartier.

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Still in his second year of boxing, Paul believes the fights will only get bigger and better.

"I was the second highest paid fighter this year - only behind Canelo - and this is my second year of boxing," he told ESPN.

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"So the potential is massive. There's big fights down the line.

"Mayweather, McGregor, Tyson, whoever it is, all of them, Canelo. Anyone."

Paul has been desperate to mix it up with UFC megastar McGregor ever since he knocked out former NBA player Nate Robinson.

His insults and call-outs to the Irishman generated a buzz and he has gone on record to say he believes the bout could happen "within the next 24 months".

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He's also been very vocal about wanting to face pound-for-pound king Canelo, setting himself a three-year target for that superfight.

Paul's older brother Logan already squared off against Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition fight that went the distance, though it was the younger sibling who ended up getting physical with 'Money' at the press conference back in May when he stole his hat.

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As for Tyson, Paul was on his undercard for the 55-year-old's comeback fight with Roy Jones Jr and the former world heavyweight champion has been supportive of both Jake and Logan's foray into boxing.

That being said, he's still claimed he could knock him out "so f***ing easy".

Featured Image Credit: Image: Jake Paul & Conor McGregor

Topics: Jake Paul, Canelo Alvarez, Conor McGregor, Floyd Mayweather

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