Fastest NFL WR Tyreek Hill Sends Clear Message to Usain Bolt on Jake Paul’s Show

Published 08/26/2022, 3:45 PM EDT
NEW YORK, NY – MARCH 12: Track star and new Bolt pitchman Usain Bolt looks on during a press conference about the new Bolt Mobility scooter outside of New York City Hall, March 12, 2019 in New York City. Electric scooters are still not street-legal in New York City, but transportation advocates and lobbyists are encouraging the push toward legalization and regulation. Bolt, a Miami-based startup, joins a crowded field of competitors in the United States, including Bird Scooters, Lime Scooters and Lift Scooters. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)

Youtuber turned boxer, Jake Paul, has established a name for himself in the world of boxing. Recently, his big August 6th event was canceled for the second time. But the 25-year-old quickly got over it and opened his company ‘betr’. There are two parts to it, one of which is a talk show. Watch how NFL player Tyreek Hill, who was a guest on the show, shockingly made a startling remark about Usain Bolt.

As the conversation progressed, Jake Paul asked the guest, “Could you beat Usain Bolt in a race?”

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Tyreek Hill replied, “Yes, I never say no.” 

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Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt is regarded as the greatest sprinter on the planet. Regardless, the NFL WR feels that he could beat the Jamaican in a race. 

Who will Jake Paul fight next? 

Paul entered boxing in 2018 when he fought fellow Youtuber Deji Olatunji on Logan Paul vs. KSI’s undercard. Since then, he has been utterly serious about becoming a boxing champion. He even has his own promotions company, MVP Promotions. ‘The Problem Child’ was supposed to fight Tommy Fury on August 6th at Madison Square Garden in New York City. However, the latter pulled out and Hasim Rahman Jr. came as a replacement. But even this match-up didn’t end up inside the ring. 

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Paul’s next opponent has not been decided yet, but his British rival announced that he wants to go up against Paul. Apparently, Tommy Fury took to Instagram to call out ‘The Problem Child’. He stated, “I am ready for October and 185lb is my fighting weight. If you want this dust settled once and for all get yourself over here and we will get it on. There is no excuses here no one is afraid to fight you. Get in touch you pick the date and venue I am not bothered let’s just get this on.”

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In addition, Paul wrote in a now-deleted Tweet, “Groundhog Day”. It is a reference from a movie, where things keep repeating, meaning Fury will again withdraw from the fight. 

Moreover, there might be chances of Paul facing former kickboxer Andrew Tate or British Youtuber KSI in his next match. Meanwhile, what do you think about Hill’s remarks on beating Usain Bolt? Share it in the comments below.  

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Shashank Wankhede

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Shashank Wankhede is a Boxing writer at EssentiallySports. When it comes to boxing, the blockbuster film 'Rocky' sparked his interest in the sport. He holds Muhammad Ali in great regard and is a sincere admirer of his narrative, struggle, and accomplishments.

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