“If Anderson don’t do it, I’m going to be the one to f*** you up”, Uriah Hall calls out for Jake Paul, avenging Anderson Silva

Jake Paul stunned former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva on Saturday, and the ROC Middleweight Champion, Uriah Hall, plans to exact vengeance by destroying “The Problem Child” inside the boxing ring.

‘Prime Time’ has an impressive MMA record of 17-9-0. His list of honors and achievements is equally impressive and motivating. He holds a blue belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

Uriah Hall made his professional boxing debut earlier (Saturday, Oct. 29, 2022) on Showtime pay-per-view and from inside Desert Diamond Arena in Glendale, Arizona, when the former UFC middleweight contender defeated former NFL star Le’Veon Bell by unanimous decision and then called out Jake Paul.

During the post-fight press conference that night, Hall took a shot at the 6-0 boxer. Prime Time expressed his desire to face The Problem Child next, and he disregarded Paul’s punching power.

“I definitely think I could take him,” Hall said. “He has an awkward style. I was watching him. His style will lure you in. It’s almost like it’s hard to hit him, the way he stands a certain way and throws these awkward punches. In all his fights, he almost does the same thing.”

“I definitely think I could give him a challenge, because I’ll come at him. He’ll hit me, but I’ll come at him. I don’t back up with boxing gloves on. I take a couple shots, but I’ll come at you. Le’Veon (Bell) was probably one of the hardest-hitting dudes with those gloves on that I’ve ever felt. I don’t think Jake hits that hard. Yeah, bro, you don’t. Yeah, I said it.”

Hall promised to take “Problem Child” out if Silva couldn’t get the job done.

“F**k yeah, I wanna do this man. I want Jake Paul. I want his frosty a**. I’m the dude that’s going to come out here and expose him. If Anderson don’t do it, I’m going to be the one to f*** you up.”

Hall retired from MMA a few months ago, but he appears to have discovered a new passion in boxing. Prime Time stated that he enjoys competing and that if another opportunity in boxing presents itself that he is interested in, he will “definitely do it.”


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