Jake Paul Confidently Predicts Knockout Victory Over Nate Diaz In Upcoming Bout

Photo: Instagram/Jake Paul

Jake Paul, the controversial YouTuber star, has embraced boxing as a significant part of his public persona over the past five years.

His upcoming opponent, former UFC fighter Nate Diaz, is relatively new to the sport, and Paul is confident in his ability to secure a victory in their 10-round professional bout on August 5 in Dallas.

In an interview with TMZ, Paul stated that he would let his actions speak for themselves and believes that Diaz will become frustrated when faced with his speed, power, and boxing skills.

Photo: Instagram/Jake Paul

He emphasizes that there is a notable distinction between being a UFC champion and a highly skilled boxer like himself, with his fists doing all the necessary talking.

Despite Paul's recent loss to Tommy Fury in Saudi Arabia on February 26, which marked his first defeat, he intends to use that setback as motivation against Diaz.

Paul is determined to make Diaz pay for his hard work and the sacrifices he has made during his training camp.

He makes a bold promise, declaring that he will be the first person to stop Diaz on August 5, confidently stating, "100 percent, he's going to sleep."

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Source: Sports Illustrated
 

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