Jake Paul: Camera arm| Fight results| Betting Odds| Undercard fights


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Jake Paul: Camera arm| Fight results| Betting Odds| Undercard fights

Jake Joseph Paul (born January 17, 1997)[1] is an American social media personality and professional boxer. He initially rose to fame on Vine, [6] before playing Dirk Mann for two seasons on the Disney Channel series Bizzardvark. Throughout his career, Paul has been the subject of many controversies due to his behavior, including risky stunts, sexually suggestive behavior, and featuring age-inappropriate content for YouTube, being fired from Bizzardvark, and criminal trespass. and being accused of unlawful assembly. [5] [8] Paul has also been accused of sexual abuse twice.

Jake Joseph Paul

January 17, 1997 (age 24)
  • YouTuber
  • actor
  • social media influencer
  • boxer
  • rapper
Subscribers 20.4 million[3]
Total views 7 billion[3]
Creator Awards
YouTube Silver Play Button 2.svg 100,000 subscribers 2016
YouTube Gold Play Button 2.svg 1,000,000 subscribers 2016
YouTube Diamond Play Button.svg 10,000,000 subscribers 2017

Updated: August 17, 2021
Boxing career
Nickname(s) The Problem Child[4]
Weight(s) Cruiserweight[4]
Height 6 ft 1 in (185 cm)[4]
Reach 76 in (193 cm)[4]
Stance Orthodox[4]
Boxing record
Total fights 4
Wins 4
Wins by KO 3
Losses 0

Camera arm

Jake Paul

Jake Paul claimed in 2019 that he had a camera permanently attached to his left hand. He streamed the entire process on his YouTube channel and at the end of the video, said goodbye to his fans through the said camera. However, since then it has been proved to be fake. Jake Paul said in his March 15, 2019 video that he saw a rapper on Instagram who had an Autotune implant in his hand. He was inspired by this and decided to put a camera in his arm as well. The rapper in question is Neslie, who was also there to support Jake Paul during his surgery.

Fight results

Jake Paul

The big highlight of the evening is the much-anticipated boxing rematch between YouTube star Jake Paul and former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley, which is scheduled for eight rounds. Paul was originally set to fight Tommy Fury, but Woodley stepped down on two weeks’ notice after Fury was forced to withdraw due to an injury. Paul and Woodley first met last August, which Paul won by split decision. In the co-main event, WBC, WBO and IBO Women’s Featherweight Champion Amanda Serrano moves to lightweight to meet Miriam Gutierrez. Also featured on the pay-per-view is a four-round showdown between former NBA All-Star Daron Williams and former NFL Pro-Bowl running back Frank Gore. Keep it close here for the results of the fight, as well as play-by-play for the main event between Paul and Woodley, which begins at 9 p.m. ET.

Betting Odds

Jake Paul

Wise, who is the Combat Sports Editor for CBS Sports, is a seasoned boxing analyst. Just last month, he accurately predicted a stoppage for Saul “Canelo” Alvarez between rounds 10 and 12 in his super middleweight unification bout against Caleb Plante. The offer selection paid out 450 and Wise also called a fight to go over 9.5 rounds (-125) as lvarez stopped Plant in Round 11. His strong 2021 boxing record also includes calling out Jemel Herring (105) to upset Carl Frampton (125). April. Anyone who has followed Wise’s combat sports picks has seen massive returns. Now, with Saturday’s rematch approaching, Wise studied Paul vs. Woodley 2 from every angle and identified the best value at boxing odds. You can only see his iconic prop bets and money-line picks on Sportsline.

Undercard fights

Paul-Woodley’s first fight tipped a 500,000 pay-per-view purchase – meaning a win would propel Paro into the international spotlight and, predictably, a world title fight. It’s a “blessing” that Paro (who doesn’t yet have a Wikipedia page and has never fought outside Queensland) is determined to capitalize on. He has been training continuously for 10 weeks alongside guys like Devin Haney and Shakur Stevenson – men who not only have Wikipedia pages, but also world champion belts. They’re not the scenes of gambling and mischief you’d expect from a 25-year-old’s first visit to Sin City – but never fear, the carnage struck Paro’s mind on Sunday.