Joe Rogan: Jake Paul Should Be Crapping His Pants After Seeing Mike Tyson hit The Pads

In boxing, anticipation is mounting as the showdown between Mike Tyson and Jake Paul approaches.

Recently, Jake Paul made headlines by proclaiming his intention to “end” Tyson during their scheduled bout on July 20th. His bold statements caught the attention of both fans and critics alike.

He said: “I love Mike. I’m super respectful of him. It’s an honor to be in the ring with him. But I have to end him. It’s war. All is fair in love and war. I love the guy, but as soon as it turned into a pro fight, one of us has to die.”

In response, Tyson took to social media and shared footage of his intense training sessions. The clips portrayed Tyson in peak physical condition, which gave off an aura of power and dominance.


UFC commentator Joe Rogan is known for his candid commentary and astute analysis. He recently weighed in on Tyson’s training videos. Rogan expressed admiration for Tyson’s dedication and intensity, suggesting that Paul should be feeling a sense of apprehension.

Rogan stated in a podcast episode: “Bro, he’s in savage mode right now. He’s in savage mode. If I was Jake Paul right now, I would be sh-tting my pants. It’s all the experiences that he has had as a conqueror. You have to take those into consideration. When a man has smashed men before, just smashed men, like, when no one can stand in front of him, that is in his mind still. That’s in there. There’s a dark chamber in his mind that he can open up and I think he’s got it open.”

Rogan also talks about the psychological aspect of the matchup, noting that Tyson’s history of overwhelming victories instills fear in his opponents.

He continued: “The question is: can his body move along with it? But that part of his mind, like, you’re clearly seeing. He’s terrifying when he’s in the zone.”