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YouTube Star Jake Paul Has Made A 'Boxing Documentary' About Himself And It Is Coming This Year

Adnan Riaz

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YouTube Star Jake Paul Has Made A 'Boxing Documentary' About Himself And It Is Coming This Year

YouTube star Jake Paul has revealed that he has a boxing documentary about himself arriving in 2021 as he vows this is the "biggest year of my career."

The 24-year-old American competed in his debut professional boxing fight last January when he secured a first-round TKO victory over fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib.


Paul has said that his short-lived boxing career (so far at least) will be the subject of a forthcoming documentary, which he hopes will be coming out at some point this year.

"I'm working on some exciting things and some exciting announcements," he told The Sun.

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Credit: PA
Credit: PA
Credit: PA
Credit: PA
Credit: PA

"I have a boxing documentary that should be coming out this year, fingers crossed.

"But we've been really working hard on that for the past year, and a couple of other cool things like that.

"So, it's a big year. This is the biggest year of my career, which is crazy.

"Because I didn't think it could keep on going and going and going. But hard work pays off.

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Credit: PA

"And I'm just excited to step into the shoes and have a massive 2021."

And the American star has even called out UFC superstar Conor McGregor and MMA fighter Dillon Danis.

However, Paul insisted that his other rivalries outside of the ring won't affect him ahead of his fight with Askren, saying that he doesn't think his upcoming opponent "will even hit me."

He told ESPN: "Go Google Ben Askren's striking.

"It's not going to go that long, it's not going to go that long. I don't even think he'll hit me. I haven't been hit one time in the face in my past two fights.

"So, I haven't even been punched as pro boxer one time. Nate Robinson landed one body shot in a clinch.

"I don't think Ben Askren will even hit me. That's my prediction."

Featured Image Credit: Jake Paul/Instagram

Topics: Boxing, Jake Paul

Adnan Riaz
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