JAKE PAUL is set to take the boxing world by storm once again TONIGHT with a fight against Anderson Silva.
Paul, 5-0 as a fighter, takes on UFC legend Anderson in his toughest test yet.
The YouTube sensation is the slight betting favorite for the fight, but Silva, 47, poses a real threat to Paul’s unblemished record.
Silva beat former world boxing champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr last year in an eight-round bout.
One thing is certain, however, and that is that Paul is about to earn another big payday.
What is Jake Paul’s net worth?
Jake Paul was making a lot of money before his boxing career took off.
But now that the 25-year-old is an established PPV star, Paul is also gaining tons of in-ring boats.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Paul’s net worth is around £25million.
Paul launched his online career in 2013 with his equally wealthy brother Logan, with the pair making a name for themselves on social media app Vine.
The pair also have millions of YouTube subscribers and subscribers on TikTok.
And then in 2019, Paul made his boxing debut, fighter AnEsonGib on a Matchroom USA card, beating fellow YouTuber in the first round.
In 2017, Paul launched Team 10, his own digital influencer platform, which acts as an entertainment promotional tool for teens.
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How much is Jake Paul paid to fight Tyron Woodley?
Paul is expected to make big money for his fight with Silva, who is also expected to win big.
For his fight with Ben Askren, whom Paul knocked out in one round last year, Paul’s purse was £500,000 – a huge sum for a fighter so early in his career.
Paul would have earned more than that once a cut in pay-per-view revenue also arrived, with the fight airing on Triller.
Since then, Paul has signed a multi-fight promotional deal with Showtime in the United States, and he is now ready to do more for his fights in the future.
Paul’s purse for his two fights with Woodley likely approached £5million, and he would have taken home a share of the pay-per-view revenue.
It has been reported that Paul’s purse, given potential earnings from the PPV, will be £3.5m, with Silva expected to cash in around £1m.