CLEVELAND, OHIO: Jake Paul, also known as Problem Child, recently showered Turki Alalshikh and Saudi Arabia with admiration for hosting a massive boxing tournament scheduled for December.
Jake posted his opinions on the impending boxing event, which will include heavyweight champions Anthony Joshua and Deontay Wilder in different fights, on his X account (formerly Twitter).
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The “Day of Reckoning” event is scheduled to take place on Saturday, December 23 at the Kingdom Arena in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Jake Paul thinks Turki Alalshikh is ‘breaking down promoter walls’
The “Battle of the Baddest,” featuring Tyson Fury versus Francis Ngannou, was widely hailed as an incredible spectacle, showcasing Turki Alalshikh’s expertise in putting on large-scale boxing events.
Jake Paul commented that Alalshikh continues to innovate in combat sports and the achievements of him and the nation are remarkable.
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If you don’t like that, then you don’t like boxing! @Turki_alalshikh and KSA provide fighters with huge opportunities and break down promoters’ walls. 🔥 pic.twitter.com/96wAfeAkzK
— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) November 15, 2023
“If you don’t like it, then you don’t like boxing! @Turki_alalshikh and KSA are giving fighters huge opportunities and breaking down promoters’ walls,” Paul said.
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The success of ‘Day of Reckoning’ could lead to additional cross-promotional opportunities in boxing and mixed martial arts (MMA) as promoters and athletes could use it as a template for future events, Saudi Arabia being the ideal place to organize them. .
Jake Paul vs. Andre August
Recently, Jake Paul, the YouTuber turned boxer, made headlines when he revealed his next opponent in the boxing ring. He will face Andre August, a professional boxer with an impressive record of 10-1, including five victories by knockout.
Ask and I will deliver. August has more knockouts than me, more wins than me, more experience than me, but I love playing. The path to world champion begins here. Just straight boxing. pic.twitter.com/5AoXxPmAPj
— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) November 8, 2023
The reveal of Jake Paul’s next opponent was unexpected, contradicting speculation that he would move to mixed martial arts to take on Nate Diaz. Instead, he is set to fight Andre August, a professional boxer less recognized by the public. This confrontation presents a risk for Paul; a decisive victory between now and August could significantly boost his profile, potentially eclipsing Jake.
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