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Jake Paul has amassed wide fame and attention over the past few months, thus becoming one of the most renowned personalities of the game. Over the course of time, he’s taken digs at countless combat sports personalities and has engaged in verbal and physical tussles. Also, Paul hasn’t limited his verbal digs only to fighters. Instead, he has also gone all out on fellow YouTubers and entertainment personalities.

‘The Problem Child’ took a dig at rapper Blueface who’s about to fight American songwriter, 6ix9ine in a boxing bout. Paul asserted that no one’s going to watch these two fight. These comments reached Blueface, and he rolled out a fiery response to Jake Paul.

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In a conversation with The Cruz Show, he said, “It’s funny that he says that being somebody that stands from entertainment side to the boxing world. It’s real shallow of him to not view it the way. That’s like somebody else coming into the music industry, funny to everybody else.”

“And I’m somebody smashing up to, just like everybody else. So I think he’s a total clown.”

Jake Paul wants to become one of the biggest names in the game. And for that, he knows exactly what he needs to do. As a result, he’s putting in some stern performances in the ring and trash-talking his adversaries to turn himself into a complete boxing package.

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That said, Blueface’s above comments won’t really affect Paul. Instead, it may kick start an online back and forth.

Is Jake Paul on the brink of becoming the modern era boxing sensation?

The 3-0 boxer will lock horns with the former UFC welterweight champ, Tyron Woodley. With time, he’s looking keen to escalate his boxing stint, and accordingly, he’s placing himself against some rugged challengers.

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As ‘The Problem Child’ has become a boxing bigwig already, he just wants to maximize on the same by expanding his fan base extensively. His comments, too, show that he considers himself a true professional boxer.

With the way he’s currently rushing to the top, Paul is definitely on the verge of becoming a modern era sensation of the game.

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What do you make of Paul’s rift with Blueface?