By: Alok Nayak
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With wins over Tyron Woodley, Ben Askren, and Anderson Silva, Jake Paul is one of the hottest things in boxing right now.
Many UFC fighters and boxers are calling him out as he is one of the biggest draws in boxing despite his lack of experience inside the ring.
With only 6 pro boxing fights, Jake Paul has sold over 1 million PPVs with his last fight against Silva generating around 300K PPV buys.
But, what's next for The Problem Child? Should he fight a world champion in boxing or should be keep on facing MMA legends and internet celebrities.
Well, as per his brother, Logan Paul, Jake should retire from boxing after a monumental win over Anderson Silva.
In a recent interview with MMA Hour, Jake Paul revealed his brother Logan Paul's advise to him after the win against Silva.
"Anything else that happens now is just cherry on top. My brother just says that I should retire, leave the world and leave people with their jaws dropped. I beat some of the MMA's best. But, I am not gonna do that. This is just start man."- Jake Paul
Jake Paul has a few exciting fights ahead of him including the likes of Nate Diaz, KSI and internet sensation, Andrew Tate.
Jake Paul and Logan Paul got into an ugly fight over Logan’s friendship with KSI