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Jake Paul read out a slew of brutal comments about himself in a 'Mean Tweets' segment and looked like he had a great time.
The concept of celebrities reacting to people on social media going in on them has been going on for a few years and produced all sorts of gold.
And Paul, who is quite possibly the most hated person in all of boxing at the moment, took part in some roasting with Dan Canobbio for Inside Boxing Live.
He started off by stating: “Before I read all these mean tweets, f*ck all of you who tweeted this sh*t!”.
Paul was insulted for his looks, boxing ability, the fact he is yet to face a proper boxer and how he "can't keep getting away with this".
He took all the jibes in his stride, responding to the latter comment, "I'm getting away with it, I'm getting away with all of this".
Paul participated in the video while at a press event hyping the upcoming undisputed lightweight title fight between Katie Taylor and Amanda Serrano.
Through his Most Valuable Promoters, which Serrano is signed to, the 5-0 boxer is a co-promoter alongside Eddie Hearn for the historic bout at Madison Square Garden in New York.
"They deserve this stage, they deserve this historic pay day and they deserve to settle who is the pound-for-pound best," Paul commented, as per BBC.
"Women have been boxing since the early 1900s but it wasn't until 1999 that they were able to compete professionally. Twenty-three years later, here we are with one of the biggest fights ever, headlined by two women at Madison Square Garden."
Pre-sale for #TaylorSerrano is closed and officially ranks as the second highest selling pre-sale boxing event in @TheGarden history! Hell yeah! Congrats ladies.— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) February 4, 2022
General ticket sale going live at noon EST via https://t.co/IDZAYJuMVM
With his focus firmly on the biggest fight in women's boxing, Paul is taking a break from his own exploits inside the squared circle and is not expected to return to the ring until August or September.
Last week he told the MMA Hour there was no "frontrunner" to face him and at the moment his motivation to get back training isn't high.
Paul said: "I am trying to figure it out, obviously if the stars align in some sort of way, or I have a change of heart things can obviously move around. But right now I don't feel that motivated to just go right back into a training camp."
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