Who should Jake Paul fight next? A question fans have been asking since his spectacular win over the former UFC champion, Tyron Woodley.
Well, a rematch with Tyron Woodley is certainly on the table. It’s highly unlikely that the rematch will be bigger than the first fight. But it will present an opportunity to Jake to claim an even more impressive win over Woodley.
However, there are some exciting matchups for Jake besides the Tyron Woodley rematch such as KSI, Michael Bisping, Tommy Fury and many more. But, it’s needless to say that the biggest match for KSI out there is a fight with Conor McGregor.
Jake Paul has called out Conor McGregor on numerous occasions. And one would think that after his impressive win over Tyron Woodley, Conor would start considering fighting The Problem Child in the near future.
However, Conor McGregor still does not care about the fight against Jake Paul. In a recent video, McGregor shuts down the speculation for his boxing return against the Problem Child.
Will Conor McGregor ever consider fighting Jake Paul?
It’s needless to say that Conor McGregor is one of the biggest promoter in the history of combat sports. The way McGregor sells his fights and catches the attention of the fans is nothing but remarkable. And the same can be said about Jake as well.
Looking at the fight between Paul and Woodley, it can definitely be concluded that he has a massive fan followings who are willing to tune in, buy the tickets and the PPVs to watch him fight. And a Conor McGregor vs Jake Paul boxing match can sell a tremendous amount of PPVs.
However, Conor McGregor does not really need Jake Paul. The fight won’t do anything for McGregor when it comes to legacy. And it seems McGregor is focused on getting back to the top of the UFC lightweight division before jumping into a boxing ring again.
But, if Jake keeps on winning and builds himself up as one of the biggest stars in boxing then the fans might expect Conor McGregor to entertain the idea of fighting the Paul brother in the boxing ring.