Jake Paul Looking For Fight With Controversial Kickboxer Andrew Tate

Tate, a contentious kickboxer, has repeatedly called Paul out since at least 2020. Despite having previously said he didn't know who his possible opponent was, sources suggest Paul is seeking to set up a battle.

According to reports, Jake Paul is considering a high-profile matchup with notorious kickboxer Andrew Tate.

This weekend's battle between Paul and Hasim Rahman Jr. at Madison Square Garden was postponed after the YouTube star said that his opponent was purposefully under the 205-pound limit.

Paul will probably go after another test from a variety of call-outs, including Tate, 35, who has recently gained notoriety.

As a kickboxer, Tate claims to have defeated former UFC champion Luke Barnatt in one of his 87 battles, nine of which he claims to have lost.

He has made news for flaunting his opulent lifestyle and posting some contentious statements on social media. Tate already challenged Paul to a duel two years prior when he promised the other content producer $3 million in cash.

According to Keemstar, the host of the YouTube Drama Alert show, Paul is 'targeting' a battle with Tate that might result in a lucrative agreement for the two.

Logan, Paul's brother, also said that the two would soon appear on his show Impaulsive and will give Tate a "special message" before perhaps meeting.

J'Leon Love, a friend of Paul's who has worked with the YouTube star throughout his brief boxing career, thinks that a bout would result in major financial gain for the two parties due to the expectedly large audience size. He declared that Jake and Andrew would perform mad feats if they engaged in combat. "I'm certain they will. What makes sense is profitable."