Jake Paul re-hires old boxing coach following loss to Tommy Fury

Jake Paul is gearing up for a comeback after his first-ever professional defeat against Tommy Fury. The 24-year-old announced that he would be making changes to his team, and it seems that one of those changes will be bringing back the legendary Shane Mosley as his coach.

Paul had previously trained with Mosley in Big Bear, California, back in 2020, and the pair worked together for his first-ever professional boxing bout against AnEsonGib. However, their relationship ended after that, and former cruiserweight title challenger BJ Flores took over as Paul’s coach.

After five consecutive wins, Paul faced off against Fury in February and lost via a split decision. Following the defeat, Paul revealed that he would be making some changes to his camp, and the return of Mosley seems to be a significant move in that direction.

Mosley, a three-division champion, posted a picture on Instagram with Paul and hinted at a reunion between the two.

He captioned the post, “This is where the understanding of boxing for @jakepaul started now it’s time to blossom in boxing to another level. We are about to level up.”

With Mosley’s extensive knowledge and experience, he could be the key to helping Paul make the necessary improvements to succeed in the boxing world.

Moreover, Paul’s decision to bring back Mosley shows his determination to continue his career and succeed at the highest level.

Changes in Paul’s team do not end with Mosley’s return. The social media star confirmed that his previous coach BJ Flores and assistant coach Danny Smith will no longer be part of his team.

Instead, Bob Santos, the 2022 trainer of the year, has been spotted in Paul’s Puerto Rico training base, indicating that he may be the new addition to the team.