“Such a f**king b*tch”: Fans outraged as Jake Paul mocks Gervonta Davis and picks Ryan Garcia for knockout win

Ryan Garcia vs Gervonta Davis will go down this weekend at the T-Mobile arena in Las Vegas, Nevada. The fight which was in the making for a very long time is finally upon us and predictions from all over the world are floating around even from Jake Paul.

One such prediction was made by famous YouTuber-turned-professional boxer Jake ‘The Problem Child’ Paul. Paul recently took to Instagram in an attempt to troll Floyd Mayweather’s affinity Gervonta Davis as he posted an old clip of him dancing in his underpants while also picking Ryan Garcia to defeat him via knockout. The fans were obviously not pleased to see the disrespect shown towards Davis by Paul. Some of the reactions:



Who is Jake Paul fighting next?

‘The Problem Child’ was last seen inside the boxing ring on February 26th, when he fought and lost to his arch-rival Tommy Fury. Although Paul did one the fight on one judge’s scorecard, anyone who saw the fight could see the technical difference between a guy who just started boxing a few years ago against a fighter who has been training boxing his whole life.

Many anticipated that an immediate rematch would be the ideal fight for Paul but instead he gave everyone an even more exciting fight. The 26-year-old will square off against UFC veteran Nate Diaz on August 5th in Dallas, Texas. After fighting a real professional boxer one, the former ‘Disney kid’ seems to be back on his old shenanigans, fighting retired MMA fighters who are majorly out of their prime. Paul might be a favorite against Diaz, but anyone who has followed his Nate’s run in the UFC will know that the Stockton ‘gangster’ is no one to sleep on. 

Jake Paul

Diaz was last seen inside the UFC octagon in September 2022, where he fought and defeated Tony Ferguson and left the organization. Talking about the fight, Diaz says “Besides Canelo, he’s the biggest thang in boxing, I’m here to conquer that. I’m the King of combat sports and then I’m headed back to get my UFC belts. I f—ed up Conor for acting out and now here I am again, like a Super Hero of the Real Fight game, the King of the Real Fight game.”


Aryan Verma

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Aryan Verma is a Combat Sports writer covering UFC and Boxing for SportsZion. He is currently pursuing a bachelor's in technology degree in Computer Science. Being a martial art practitioner himself, Aryan cherishes the opportunity to share his thoughts on latest combat sport events through his blogs.


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