Jake Paul extended his winning run in August as he claimed victory over former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley.
The controversial YouTuber aka “The Problem Child” won by split decision, meaning he has now won all four of his pro fights to date.
The 24-year-old made his first foray into boxing with a knockout victory over KSI’s younger brother Deji in an amateur bout in 2018.
Paul then turned pro less than two years later with no further amateur bouts, but who did he face? talkSPORT.com takes a look …
Who has Jake Paul beaten so far?
Paul started his professional career by knocking out another YouTuber in Miami in January 2020.
The American brought down his British social media nemesis Gib three times in the opener, forcing the referee to stop the obvious lag.
Few predicted how one-sided the fight would turn out, with Gib having already won both of his white-collar competitions.
Paul said: “I caught the boxing bug, I worked and I am in love with the sport.
“I spent the last five months of my life doing this at Big Bear with Shane Mosley.
“My power, my speed knocked him out in one lap. I couldn’t even show my boxing skills, it was just a natural instinct.
“We started to visualize the first round knockout and it happened.”
Paul then took out former NBA star Robinson in the second round of a rather bizarre fight in November 2020.
The ex-Vine star settled his feud with the NBA with the undercard of Mike Tyson’s comeback show against Roy Jones Jr.
Paul scored his first knockdown in the first round before sending Robinson to the canvas two more times following several devastating right hands.
Paul said, “It was better than I expected. He was athletic, super strong, obviously.
“I want to say thank you to Nate, he was the one who originally called me, I respect him and his basketball career has been amazing.
“I have been training for a year. I take it seriously.
Paul did a light job of another UFC star by knocking out Ben Askren in the first round of their fight.
The former Disney Channel actor flattened former welterweight Askren with a right hand in the first two minutes to secure an emphatic victory.
A nice set up of the jab to Paul’s right and despite Askren getting up, the ref called the day with “Funky” looking unsteady on his feet.
He said: “I’ve been in training camp every day for four months, I deserve this shit.
“This is the craziest time of my life. I told you I was going to do it on the first round.
“I told you I’m a real fighter, I don’t know how many times I have to prove to myself that this is for real.”
Paul’s most recent fight was against Tyron Woodley in late summer in Cleveland.
It turned out to be the Youtuber’s toughest fight to date as he walked the distance for the first time in his boxing career.
Paul took the victory by split decision and couldn’t hide his joy after winning 77-75, 75-77, 78-74 on the scorecards.
He told BT Sport: “I’ve been boxing for three years and four days. I went there, I didn’t fight at my best. This is the first time that I have done more than two laps.
“I’m not too happy with my performance, it’s only my fourth fight, no one has done that on this stage. It is unprecedented.
“He caught me with a good shot, one shot in eight laps, cool. I took the blow, it’s not football, it’s combat, I have the chin.
“We’ll see what happens, I’ve been doing this for 18 months in a row, I’m tired. My legs were tired. That’s what it is, I’m going to go back to the drawing board and figure it out.
“I was built for this, but people seem to forget it’s my fourth fight. I do things that no one has done before.
Paul vs Fury: start date and time
Tommy Fury was part of Paul’s undercard against Woodley as he beat Anthony Taylor before immediately calling the Youtuber.
After an intense back-and-forth feud on social networks, the two viral stars will finally face each other in the ring in a few weeks.
Paul and Fury will officially face each other on Saturday, December 18 at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida.
It will be an eight-round fight at a weight of 192 pounds, as the ex-Vine star and the former Love Island star go head-to-head.