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What Is Jake Paul’s Net Worth In 2022?

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What Is Jake Paul’s Net Worth In 2022?

Jake Paul is a media personality-turned-combat sports star who has taken our screens by storm over the last decade.

The 25-year-old has amassed over seven billion views on YouTube, and has amassed over 20 million subscribers. Before this he was a star on TikTok’s predecessor, Vine, and featured on the Disney Channel.

Paul has featured in several films and has also ventured into music, with his earworm hit ‘It’s Everyday Bro’ reaching the top 100 in the US Charts.

His last and now most famous venture is into the Boxing ring, where the Cleveland-born influencer has defeated AnEsonGib, Nate Robinson, Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley.

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What is Jake Paul’s Net Worth?

As of 2022, Jake Paul has an estimated worth of $30m (£24.4m) according to Celebritynetworth.com

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Paul began his Vine career in 2013, in which he’d make short comedic videos before the app closed for good in 2017. Bizaardvark then decided to give him a main role on the Disney Channel, where he played Dirk Mann.

He launched Team 10 in January 2017. Team 10 is a digital influencer marketing platform and creative agency that creates and promotes entertainment for teenagers.

Paul then released his famed song ‘It’s Everyday Bro’, which got more than 70 million views on YouTube in one month.

In July 2017, Jake was fired from Bizaardvark during the filming of the second season.

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By that time, he had generated multiple controversies including complaints from his neighbours about wild parties, pranks and fire hazards. Not only this, but neighbours were concerned about the enormous crowds of young fans that gathered in the street outside of Paul's rented house after he published his address on social media.

Since, alongside brother Logan, he has created a popular YouTube channel alongside ridiculous numbers on all social media platforms.

His boxing career is also going from strength to strength, being undefeated in each of his five professional fights.

He’s even called out a vast array of UFC champions, from Michael Bisping to Jorge Masvidal.

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"These guys that think they're so tough, these UFC champions, I'll beat the f**k out of all of them", he said.

"I've got time, I'm young, so any of them can get it. As fast as we get these deals done, I'm knocking them all out."

Featured Image Credit: Alamy

Topics: Jake Paul, UFC, Boxing, YouTube

Chris Stonadge
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