Jake Paul: Record, KOs, height, age and everything you need to know ahead of Nate Robinson clash
All the American YouTuber’s key professional stats ahead of his much-hyped bout with basketball star Nate Robinson on BT Sport Box Office.
American YouTube star turned professional boxer Jake Paul returns to the ring on the Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr undercard against basketball player Nate Robinson.
YouTube boxing has taken the world by storm in recent years and Paul’s bout with Robinson has got everyone talking.
The war of words between the pair has ramped up in the build-up, adding to the anticipation ahead of the light heavyweight contest.
Here, we take you through Paul’s key career stats ahead of his bout with Robinson.
Who is Jake Paul?
Jake Paul is an American YouTuber, internet personality and actor turned boxer.
He rose to fame on the video app Vine and starred in the Disney television show Bizaardvark before starting a successful YouTube channel.
Paul also has a music career and he released his latest single “Fresh Outta London” in July 2020.
Jake Paul: Age
Jake Paul is 23 years old, 13 years younger than his opponent Robinson.
Jake Paul: Record
Jake Paul has one professional win to his name after an emphatic first-round victory over fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib in January.
He also has an amateur win over YouTube sensation Deji in August 2018.
Jake Paul: Knockouts
Jake Paul has one professional knockout against AnEsonGib after he dropped the British YouTuber three times before the referee stepped in to stop the match in the first round.
Jake Paul: Height
Jake Paul is 6ft 1in (185cm).
Jake Paul: Reach
Jake Paul has a reach of 76in (193cm).
Jake Paul: Brother
Jake Paul is Logan Paul’s younger brother.
Logan, 25, is also a widely-recognised American YouTuber and he fought British star KSI twice, drawing the first bout before losing the rematch on points.
The Ohio-born personality has over 22 million YouTube subscribers, over two million more than his younger brother.
Jake Paul: Next fight and future opponent
Jake Paul takes on Nate Robinson, who spent 11 years competing in the NBA, on Saturday 28 November.
Robinson hasn’t fought in the professional ranks before but he has considerable experience in the upper echelons of elite sport.
Paul has been linked with a fight against KSI for years after the British YouTuber’s much publicised saga with his brother Logan and momentum will continue to build for the fight should he beat Robinson.