Jake Paul Reveals Why His Fight Against ‘Lunatic’ Mike Perry Can Be a Major Risk

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Jake Paul, the controversial YouTuber-turned-boxer, is once again making headlines. This time, it’s not just about his trash talk or social media antics. Paul recently confirmed that he will step into the ring against bare-knuckle boxing sensation and former UFC fighter, Mike Perry, on July 20.

In a recent video, Jake Paul acknowledges that facing Mike Perry is a “major risk.” Perry, known as “Platinum,” is undefeated in bare-knuckle fighting, a sport that’s arguably one of the craziest in the world. And Paul is putting his reputation and career on the line by taking on this dangerous opponent.

Why Fighting Mike Perry is a ‘Major Risk’ For Jake Paul

If Paul loses to Perry, he risks sacrificing what could be the biggest payday of his career. But for Paul, these high-stakes situations seem to be where he thrives. He stated, “This guy is a f*cking lunatic. He’s undefeated in bare-knuckle, which is probably the craziest sport in the world. Not to mention, this fight has been brewing for years. I think this fight is going to have some amazing press conference moments and really entertaining stuff that comes from it, but it is a major risk.”

“I’m literally potentially sacrificing the biggest moment of my career, the biggest payday of my career if I lose to Mike Perry. But for some reason, these are the positions that I like to put myself in.”

The fight, an eight-round cruiserweight bout, will be available via DAZN pay-per-view.

Paul vs Tyson

Interestingly, Jake Paul’s fight against Mike Tyson was initially scheduled for the same date. However, Tyson’s health concerns led to the postponement of that bout. Now, Paul has a chance to face the boxing legend in November, and the fight will be streamed live on Netflix.

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