Jake Paul raised around $ 40 million in his three boxing matches in 2021.
The YouTuber-turned-boxer 5-0 (4 KOs) started the year with a 2-0 record after fighting twice on undercards in 2020.
In 2021 however, Jake became the main attraction.
According to Forbes, he earned an estimated total of $ 40 million from his fights during the 12-month period.
His first fight saw him headlining a PPV Triller against Ben Askren in April.
Jake won by knockout in the first round and catapulted himself onto the big stage.
He then signed a deal with US broadcaster SHOWTIME and staged his next fight against Tyron Woodley.
This time, Jake went the distance, but beat the former UFC champion on points.
He returned to SHOWTIME for his third and final competition of 2021.
This was originally supposed to be against Tommy Fury, but the Briton was forced to retire due to injury.
As a result, Woodley was brought back for a rematch in December.
Jake this time ended their saga with a conclusive knockout.
He is now aiming for even bigger fights in 2021.
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