Jake Paul flies to Poland to support World Heavyweight Champ Oleksandr Usyk prior to Daniel Dubois bout

Jake Paul is renowned as the “Problem Child” among the two Paul brothers. His career first took flight making Vines with his older brother Logan, then they made a successful move to YouTube and now the siblings are competing in combat sports. Jake has boxed big fighters like Nate Diaz, Tyron Woodley, Anderson Silva, and Tommy Fury.

The young Paul has won 7 of his 8 fights up until now with a KO percentage of 57%. His only loss was against Tommy Fury and that too came by decision. Not only has the former Vine star competed in the ring, but he has gained prominence as an influential figure in the realm of boxing as well. Recently, he has made a journey to Europe to show his support for one of the biggest names in the sport.

Jake Paul travels to Poland to support Oleksandr Usyk 

Oleksandr Usyk is a boxer of Ukrainian descent who has been ruling over the heavyweight Division for a while. He currently holds the WBA, WBO, and IBF belts with an impressive record of 20-0 as of now, with 13 of them being KO wins. The Ukrainian fighter also has 7 title defenses on his portfolio.

Jake posted on his socials and stated that he is in Poland and added: “I’m finally in my homeland”. He also explained how excited he was for Oleksandr’s upcoming fight.

‘The Problem Child’ was even seen saying “I’m very feel” which is an iconic dialogue of Usyk. Paul then panned the camera and Oleksandr was standing beside him. “The Cat” replied to Jake saying “I am too”. As it seems, the younger Paul brother has visited Poland ahead of Usyk’s upcoming fight to support him.

Oleksandr Usyk vs Daniel Dubois bout details

Daniel Dubois is going to be the second heavyweight title challenger for Oleksandr Usyk. Despite having setbacks in some recent fights, Dubois intends to emerge victorious in this clash. He has recently said in an interview: “I’m going to shock the world and show people how good Daniel Dubois really is”. 

Jake Paul

The bout is going to take place on August 26, 2023, in the Tarczynski Arena in Wroclaw, Poland. The main event is set to take place around 11 p.m. With such an impressive record, Oleksandr is considered the favorite by many but it would not be wise to write off Daniel either.

What do you think of this bout? Do you think Dubois will overpower Usyk? Will Oleksandr’s agility confuse Daniel? Let us know in the comments below.


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