Jake Paul: YouTube star asks his fans to vote on who he should fight on KSI vs Logan Paul undercard

'In the next seven days, we will have an answer'

Adam Hamdani
Friday 20 September 2019 10:15
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Jake Paul demands to be on KSI vs Logan Paul rematch undercard

Jake Paul has asked his fans to vote on who they want to see him fight later this year.

The professional boxer is desperate to be on the undercard of KSI vs Logan Paul on 9 November but DAZN currently have no plans to put him on the show, although they are in discussions about whether he should headline his own event a month or two later.

Paul, however, would prefer to be the chief support to his brother as he was last year when he beat Deji (ComedyShortsGamer) last year.

Speaking on his YouTube channel to his 19.6 million subscribers, Paul created a survey where fans can vote on who he should fight.

“In the next seven days, we will have an answer,” Paul said.

“The first is fouseyTUBE, he is the most famous out of everyone, he knocked out Alex Wassabi in sparring. He has power, heart. It could be very interesting. Then there’s AnEsonGib, he’s 2-0 and fought on both [previous Youtube boxing shows] undercards against chickens. He has a strong UK fanbase.

“Next is FaZe Sensei, I didn’t call him out but he thinks I did. It would be a really good fight, there would be a lot of talk. He doesn’t scare me at all.

“Dillon Danis. Conor McGregor’s best friend... and that’s it. His next credential is that he got punched in the face by Khabib. He needs something to spark his career. He is an MMA fighter but this is boxing.

“Soulja Boy, I’ve been wanting to make this fight for a while. I think this will be the most epic, most notorious, most widely viewed.

“I just want to throw this name in there: Jeff Wittek. We don’t really get along, don’t mesh. I think you need something to lift you up from David [Dobrik’s] shadow.”

Should Paul fight on either his own card or on the show which features his brother, his opponent will be required to turn professional.

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