Jake Paul secured yet another huge win this past weekend when he knocked out former UFC Welterweight champion Tyron Woodley. With the win, Jake Paul improved his professional boxing record to 5-0.
A lot of discussions are currently happening on the internet regarding who Jake Paul should fight next and as per former UFC Welterweight Dan Hardy, a fight between Jake Paul and Conor McGregor would be historic.
“It would make so much money it would be ridiculous. You've got two guys that have got their own audience, and an audience that is massive as well in their own right,” Hardy said (h/t Dailymail)
He further went on to add that the weight difference will only be a major difference if they decide to take the fight.
“The only thing for me would be the (physical) size difference, that's the only thing that would affect the sellability of the fight, but then with Conor having such a big personality and him looking like the Hulk at the moment, I think it's definitely something that's sellable,” Hardy explained.
When asked about the possibility of fighting Paul, Hardy said that it is not something that interests him at this point.
“You know what, if his manager called me and offered me the fight I would take it because it's a big payday and I wouldn't get knocked out like Tyron Woodley, that's for sure. I don't really have an interest in fighting him, aside from the fact that I could pay off my house,” he concluded.
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