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“We Made up”: Jake Paul Gives an Update on His Feud With Ryan Garcia

“We Made up”: Jake Paul Gives an Update on His Feud With Ryan Garcia

WBC silver lightweight champion Ryan Garcia is not just an undefeated elite, but also a social media superstar who grabs attention with whatever he does. That said, his turmoils are not only restricted to the boxing community.

Apart from having a feud with several lightweight champions, ‘King Ry’ seemingly had a tough-time with Youtuber Jake Paul also, in the past. Constantly sparking controversies with their online antics, Garcia and Paul became the center of the talks for a long time.

While the duo also touted possible in-ring collision a few months back, Jake Paul clarified that their ‘beef’ was a thing of the past’. Thus, they are good friends now and Paul has all his love and respect for the unbeaten silver champion.

‘The Problem Child’ has an upcoming challenge in Nate Robinson on November 28. Before the fight, he connected with ES News to discuss several things. Meanwhile, he also pictured the ongoing relationship between him and Garcia.

He said, “Yeah, we had a little bit of beef. I talked to Ryan, and we were like, ‘Yooo, I was like that was stupid. I’m sorry. So we made up, we talked through things. But obviously like brothers are gonna have arguments and disagreements sometimes, but that’s really my brother. Ryan is a great kid. I have always supported him so we just got carried away with like making content. We have lost our beef and everything is good now.”

Ryan Garcia- The Young Boxing Sensation’s reign

Since turning a professional in 2016, Garcia has become one of the biggest superstars of the sport. He has knocked out 17 of his 20 opponents and won the other three via decision. He will fight for the WBC Interim lightweight title next against Luke Campbell. However, the date is still not final.

Ryan Garcia
LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – NOVEMBER 02: Ryan Garcia poses after defeating Romero Duno in a lightweight fight at MGM Grand Garden Arena on November 2, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Garcia won with a first-round TKO. (Photo by Steve Marcus/Getty Images)

Meanwhile, Garcia continues to be in the headlines for his social media posts, internet rivalry, and alluring training videos. It is no surprise that he knows how to seek attention. As he looks for his twenty-first professional victory, ‘King-Ry’ can become the ‘face of boxing’ in the future.

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