The Problem Child, Jake Paul is planning to make his MMA debut this very year. He already won five consecutive matches in his professional boxing career and is still undefeated.
According to the latest report, Jake Paul is currently in talks with the Professional Fighters League (PFL). MMA Mania also confirmed the same through its sources. According to the report, the Problem Child might make his MMA debut later this year.
In order to prepare for his debut, Jake Paul will likely train at the AKA gym in San Jose. However, he might not be a part of the 2022 championship tournament.
It is speculated that Paul will be the favorite to start PFL’s jump to PPV this year. Jake Paul is currently under contract with Showtime, and it is likely that his future MMA deal won’t interfere with his boxing career.
Dana White’s UFC has already closed its doors for Jake Paul, but Bellator MMA and PFL are interested in having Paul on board. There is a possibility that Paul will officially put ink to the paper in the upcoming weeks.