When will Jake Paul fight pro boxer Andre in Florida?


Jake Paul has recently disclosed his next opponent to fight on 15th December in Florida. Making his ring-comeback against the professional boxer. Check Details

On December 15, in Florida, Jake Paul will make his ring comeback to take on Andre August.  Paul, 26, lost his first professional boxing match in February to Tommy Fury by a split decision in Saudi Arabia. He hopes to finish the year with a win two weeks before christmas. In the summer, he recovered with a victory by points against former UFC superstar Nate Diaz.

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August, a 35-year-old cruiserweight boxer who has fought 12 bouts as a professional and only lost once, will be one of Paul’s most seasoned opponents to date, which takes place in Florida.

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Jake Paul Vs Andre August To Fight On 15th December

But in the previous three years, the Texan has only engaged in combat once—a decision victory against Brandon Martin in August.

Paul’s record includes victories over former MMA champs Ben Askren and Tyrone Woodley as well as Anderson Silva. He also defeated a YouTuber during his first professional fight against a former NBA player Nate Robinson.

The American is eager to continue his professional career, as Fury is the only opponent with a boxing background.  

Jake Paul To Face Pro Boxer Andre August On 15 December In Florida, Check Out Complete Details of Jake Paul vs Andre August boxing fightJake Paul To Face Pro Boxer Andre August On 15 December In Florida, Check Out Complete Details of Jake Paul vs Andre August boxing fight

‘I’m a professional boxer and I want to be world champion, so I need to pursue the path towards greatness against people who have been boxing their whole life,’ Paul said.

‘So far, my entire boxing career has been on pay-per-view, but now it’s about more than business. Now I want to gain experience in the ring by fighting against experienced fighters. I’m here to prove my greatness.

Paul has been adamant about his desire to face Saul “Canelo”, the undefeated champion of super-middleweight.

The Mexican boxer, who has won many fights in the past decade, recently defeated Jermell “Charlo” Charlo to cement his place as one of the world’s best boxers.

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