‘Son of the Problem’ Jake Paul has become a common name in every MMA household due to a number of positive as well as negative reasons. No matter how it’s Paul’s beef with the UFC Aces Dana White, Conor McGregor, Nate Diaz, or anyone else, everything seems to add to his popularity.
Jake Paul has scored 4-0 in his professional boxing career and he will face Tommy Fury in the next fight in December. Even almost everyone in the UFC hates him but still some people praise him for his hard work and dedication to the sport.
Former UFC Heavyweight Champion, Stipe Miocic is also one of them. Talk about Jake Paul in his latest interview with Ariel Helwani cho Time MMA, Miocic said,
“He’s definitely getting better you know, He’s had a tough fight against Fury but I think he listens to his coach, I watched him train and he didn’t. say what he wants to do, he just goes ‘okay’ and does everything he has to. ”
“That’s great. That’s what you have to do. I’ve seen him practice… I was like ‘wow, yeah’, I can’t walk like the ‘holy crap’ you know like I know he’s doing. showing a straight punch because a lot of people don’t throw straight punches. He’s doing a lot of good. I was impressed.”
Ben Askren also admits that Jake Paul is quite good at boxing
Former Bellator Welterweight Champion, Ben Askren be the first from UFC to face Jake Paul and he faced a TKO loss in the first round to Paul. Askren recently admitted that Jake Paul is better at Boxing than he expected.
Askren said, “I know that Tyron is much better at boxing than I am. And so I think there’s a good chance that Tyron will beat him but there’s still a chance that Jake is very good at it. “
“I think what happened was he was very good. And if you see the way I see it, he’s still very impressive in his performance and he obviously put a lot of time into it. So he’s not bad, I would say as much,”
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