Boxing News Round-Up (Jan 03, 2023): Female World Champion Defends Dana White, Jake Paul Responds to Donald Cerrone's Call-Out, & More

From Jake Paul wanting to fight younger fighters, Shields coming in support of the UFC president Dana White to 'Money Mayweather' expressing the death of his boxing career, we are here with everything that you need to be updated about. Dig in to find more.

Paul Responds to Cerrone

The retired UFC fighter Donald Cerrone recently called out Jake Paul for a match, but the YouTuber had a different response to offer. Paul expressed that he is frustrated with fighting older, retired fighters and is looking for opponents who are younger and have a fire in them.

Shields Supports Dana

Claressa Shields took to Twitter to offer her support for the UFC president Dana White who was recently spotted in a viral video slapping his wife. White and his wife got physical with each other on New Year's Eve at Cabo San Lucas nightclub after heavy alcohol intoxication.

Paul Addresses the
MMA Community

Jake Paul took to Twitter to convey his new year wish to the MMA community. He addressed the old tweet stating that he has used his platform to bring awareness and bring changes to the sport's pay for MMA fighters.

Mayweather on His
Boxing Career

'Money' during his latest interview with the Telegraph expressed that his boxing career is now over and that he would like to focus on his business ventures and investments. He said, "My real boxing career is over. I’m retired but I’m making smart investments, connecting with the right people and building generational wealth. That’s what’s important to me, and that’s what I want to continue to do."

Paul Reacts to Block's Demise

Ken Block, an American professional rally driver with the Hoonigan Racing Division died in an accident. The YouTuber and boxer, Jake Paul took to Twitter to offer his condolences to the motor racing icon and his ‘childhood hero’.

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