Jake Paul Reveals 5 Goals After Turning 25, Plans To Expose Dana White, Help Fighters

Jake Paul

Undefeated professional boxer, Jake Paul recently turned 25-years of age this week, and released a list of five goals he hopes to pursue after his landmark birthday – which includes his wish to help professional fighters, as well as continue to “expose” UFC president, Dana White, who he has labelled as a “bully”.

Paul, who turned 25-years-old on Monday, last competed professionally back in December, improving to 5-0 as a professional boxer with a sixth round, one-punch knockout win over former undisputed UFC welterweight champion, Tyron Woodley in the pair’s rematch. 

The victory came as the Ohio native’s third of the year, following a close split decision win over St. Louis native, Woodley back in August – which followed a stunning one-punch finish over former Bellator and ONE Championship welterweight champion, UFC alum, Ben Askren under the Triller Fight Club banner in April.

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Jake Paul has recently issued several barbs aimed at UFC president Dana White

In the time since, Paul, who has yet to pursue a sixth professional boxing match, has issued a series of callouts to the likes of Conor McGregor, Nate Diaz, and Jorge Masvidal – even offering to pen a one-fight deal with the UFC if the promotion and it’s president, White, increased fighter pay and offered fighters under the organization’s banner health insurance. 

His offer resulted in a firey response from White, who again asked Jake Paul if he would be willing to submit to USADA anti-doping testing for a period of two years. 

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In an Instagram post celebrating his 25th birthday this week, Paul shared a list of five goals he plans to pursue.

“1) Get better every single day & enjoy every moment doing it,” Jake Paul posted on Instagram. “2) Elevate @serranosisters (Amanda Serrano) & women’s boxing. 

3) Help as many kids as possible through @boxingbullies.

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4) Expose bully Dana (White) / help fighters.

5) Go to outer space with Jeff (Bezos), Richard (Branson), or Elon (Musk).” 

Paul’s attempts to “elevate” both Amanda Serrano and women’s boxing as a whole, comes off the back of multiple reports linking Serrano with a championship showdown against undefeated Irish Olympian, Katie Taylor at a Madison Square Garden event this year.