Jake Paul Vs Andrew Tate: “Rare L Take” – UFC Veteran Reacts To Demetrious Johnson’s Opinion On Potential

A possible fight between Jake Paul Vs Andrew Tate has generated significant interest. It has sparked much discussion in the combat sports world.

Former UFC champion Demetrious Johnson shared his thoughts on a potential Paul vs. Cobra Tate about. He stated:

“Andrew Tate has won world championships in kickboxing and fought the baddest of the baddest. Jake Paul is hand-picking pizza boys in boxing. There’s a huge difference.”

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UFC veteran Matt Brown saw Demetrious Johnson’s response. Brown was not very happy with what Johnson said. Brown disputed Johnson’s claims. Brown posted on X (formerly Twitter) to say:

“Rare L take from DJ on this one wtf? The baddest of the baddest? Lol”

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Matt Brown did not support Jake Paul. However, Brown did question Andrew Tate’s kickboxing background and qualifications.

Andrew Tate has a kickboxing record of 76 wins and 9 losses. 23 of his wins were by KO/TKO. The International Sport Kickboxing Association (ISKA) ranked Tate as the 7th best light heavyweight kickboxer in Britain.

Tate went on to become a two-division champion. He won the ISKA Light Cruiserweight title in 2013. Tate also competed in MMA and has a record of 2 wins and 1 loss.

Jake Paul Gives An Update On Tommy Fury’s Rematch.

Jake Paul recently used X to update fans on a possible rematch with Tommy Fury. In their first fight, which was in February 2023, Fury won by split decision over Paul. Since that loss, Paul has been eager for another chance in the ring against Fury. Paul tweeted an update, saying:

“Had a call with Tommy and his dad John about a month ago. It was clear their main concern was money and not about actually getting the fight done. After offering him the largest guarantee on the biggest stage he’d ever receive they have gone silent. I smell fear. Real fighting man would jump at the chance to make his biggest payday ever and actually live up to his claim that he’s going to KO me.”

Fury, for his part, stated he is not interested in crossover boxing events right now. However, he did call out Logan Paul to a fight. Logan is the older brother of Jake Paul. Even though Fury said he does not want to do crossover events, his call out to Logan Paul makes it seem possible we could see Fury take on one of the Paul brothers in 2024.

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