Jake Paul and Uriah Hall have both expressed keen interest in a potential face-off within the squared circle.
Uriah Hall bid farewell to MMA following his one-sided unanimous decision defeat to Andre Muniz at UFC 276 in August 2022. Making a strategic shift to the world of boxing, he clinched a unanimous decision victory against Le’Veon Bell on the Paul vs. Silva undercard.
YouTuber turned boxer Jake Paul secured a significant win over former UFC middleweight champion Anderson Silva in October 2022. This victory propelled Hall’s determination to settle the score with Paul.
Recently, a post on X (formerly Twitter) gained traction. It claimed a scheduled match between Jake Paul and Uriah Hall is set for December 9, with an official announcement impending.
But Paul’s boxing promotion MVP swiftly dispelled the news by posting a “cap” emoji, which is slang for saying something is false.
Jake Paul has been a trailblazer in the realm of influencer boxing for some time now. In 2020, Paul entered the boxing ring for the first time. He faced off against fellow YouTuber Ali Eson Gib and secured a first-round TKO victory.
Within a mere three years, he ascended to the forefront of his own promotion’s major boxing events and also squared off against seasoned MMA combatants.
Paul recently announced his commitment to compete in the United Kingdom, aligning himself with the practices of other iconic figures in the sport.
He tweeted: “If I ever fight in the UK it will be under the Governing Body of British Boxing. The same as Joe Joyce is this weekend, the same Tyson Fury, Anthony Joshua, and every other professional boxer. It’s @BBBofCuk or nothing.”
If this anticipated matchup were to take place, it seems like both Paul and Hall are set to bring their A-game. The hypothetical matchup promises an electrifying showdown that’s sure to captivate fans worldwide.