Jake Paul has shared his wishlist of future opponents he is targeting to face in the boxing ring which includes the high profile names like Canelo Alvarez and Conor McGregor, among others.
Jake Paul is currently focusing on his fight against Tyron Woodley that will take place on August 29. His bout against the former UFC champion will certainly be not an easy prospect.
However, Jake Paul already has a list of opponents he would like to face after his bout against Woodley. Paul recently took to his social media handle to share a hit list that has 12 names. The first three names were cut out as he has already faced them and the fourth one was that of Woodley.
Canelo Alvarez, current number 1 ranked active boxer in Pound for Pound rankings, is the most ambitious name of them all. Alvarez is currently targetting a fight against Caleb Plant for November to unify the IBF Middleweight Champion. But beyond that also, it will not be an easy task for Paul to get a match against Cinnamon.
The next name(s) on the list is either of Diaz Brothers and then UFC Welterweight Champion Kamaru Usman, who has agreed to fight on social media unofficially. The list also includes KSI, who has already defeated his brother Logan Paul via a split decision.
Timmy Fury is the other “real” boxer on the list. Fury is already on the undercard of Paul vs Woodley card on 29 August’s event. It is quite possible that Fury would be Paul’s next opponent if he manages to continue his undefeated streak. It may also turn out to be Paul’s fight against a full-time boxer.
Paul is also targetting a fight against Conor McGregor for some time now. The Problem Child gives several statements regarding the Notorious One every now and then. One example of that is how Paul believes that he is already more famous than the Irishman.
Gervanto Davies is also on the list, but he has already asked Paul to leave him alone. This led to a scuffle on Twitter and some shots were fired from both sides.
His brother Logan Paul is the last name of the list. But their parents have forbidden them from fighting each other, and hence Jake has put a question mark after Logan’s name.
Stay tuned for updates on who does Jake Paul end up facing in his next fight.