Jake Paul Partners With USA Boxing To Train With Paris-Bound Olympians

Jake Paul will train with the American boxing Olympic team in the run-up to their preparation for the Olympic Games in Paris next year.

The games are held in August, allowing Paul to give a platform to the up-and-coming boxers. The ‘Problem Child’ has raised the profile of many fighters, boosting women’s boxing. He signed Amanda Serrano and Shadasia Green, who have fought on his cards.

“They’re such a powerful team. I’ve seen what they’ve done in the last two years — what Jake has done, what Nakisa has done for Jake. I’m looking forward to what they can do for me,” Serrano said

“My motto is ‘be phenomenal or be forgotten,’ a mantra that fits so perfectly with the team that Jake and Nakisa have created. We’re striving for greatness together, and I can’t wait to work side by side with them for this next phase of my career,” Green stated 

This decision will improve Paul’s boxing skills, showing him the best US amateurs. It also provides a place to sign up the best talent under his MVP Promotions. The training will go on Paul’s social media when it begins in Colorado Springs, but he will also go to Paris with them. 

Should the fighters impress Paul, they could find themselves fighting on his cards. His fight with Tommy Fury sold over 850,000 PPVs, while the Nate Diaz fight did 450,000 PPV buys. This shows the massive exposure on offer for those boxers. 


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