Jake Paul has knocked out all of his opponents to this day. Now, the 'Problem Child' will aim to do the same in his next fight against the former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley. Ahead of this intriguing boxing match-up, here, we take a look at every time Jake Paul violently knocked out his opponents.
In his first-ever white-collar amateur boxing bout, Paul dominated Deji for the first four rounds. Eventually, Deji's corner had seen enough, throwing in the towel in the fifth round. As a result, the 'Problem Child' won the fight via TKO.
In his professional boxing debut, Paul wasted no time and immediately scored three knockdowns in the first round, resulting in him defeating Gib via a first-round TKO.
Paul scored two knockdowns, one in the first round and one in the second round, before finally knocking Robinson out cold around 1:26 minutes of the second round. It is one of the most vicious knockouts of Paul's boxing career to this day.
Paul only needed 1:59 minutes of the first round to win this fight via TKO by landing a vicious right hook. The 'Problem Child' defeating Askren in the first round left the entire MMA community in shock.