Jake Paul is back in the ring this weekend and keen to maintain his momentum in boxing following an impressive victory on debut against fellow YouTube star AnEsonGib.
Paul has looked to rile the NBA community, by claiming any other player “can get it too”, while he has also joined Tyson by celebrating reports that the card has broken pre-sale records, demonstrating the intrigue surrounding the entire card.
Paul already has his sights set on a bigger fight down the road, calling out Conor McGregor and insisting they are “bound to meet”.
“Look, it’s bound to happen,” Paul told CBS Sports. “At the end of the day, this is a business, and you know, we’re talking about pay-per-view buys. This fight on Saturday has already shattered pay-per-view pre-sale records, by far.
“McGregor has that same pay-per-view draw, I have that same pay-per-view draw, and I think after I take down a couple more opponents, Jake Paul vs Conor McGregor is gonna be undeniable.
“There’s no other fighter with as big of a platform as me that’s calling him out right now. He wants to fight Manny Pacquiao, Manny Pacquiao will destroy him. It’ll be another embarrassing night for him, just like when he got embarrassed by Floyd. And so Jake Paul vs Conor McGregor is bound to happen. I know he’s seen these interviews, I know he’s seen the shit-talk, and it’s gonna happen.”
Here’s everything we know about Jake Paul’s net worth and earning potential:
What is Jake Paul’s net worth and earning potential against Nate Robinson?
Jake Paul made his name and his fortune as a Disney Channel star on the series Bizaardvark and making videos on YouTube, with his current net worth totalling $11.5m (£8.6m), according to Forbes.
His brother, Logan, is also a YouTube star, who has dabbled in boxing, with two highly successful fights against KSI, the second of which was fought under professional rules. Logan Paul’s net worth, comparatively, is estimated at $12.5m (£9.35m) by Forbes.
Logan Paul earned $900,000 for his second fight with KSI, which suggests Paul, too, will look to take home a purse in the region of seven figures.
When and where is it?
The fight is on Saturday, 28 November at Staples Center in Los Angeles.
How can I watch it?
The fight will be available live and exclusive on BT Sport Box Office. Coverage begins at 1am GMT on 29 November. BT Sport subscribers can watch the first hour of the coverage for free, before the pay curtain kicks in and fans will be required to pay £19.95 (€29.99 in the Republic of Ireland).
You can watch a live stream by purchasing the fight through the BT Sport Box Office website and watch either on the website link provided or via the BT Sport Box Office app.
Fans in the United States can live stream the fight through Fite.tv and TysonOnTriller.com for $49.99, there will also be a 10-part documentary series through Triller in the build-up.
Who is fighting?
Heavyweight (8 rounds) - Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr.
Cruiserweight (6 rounds) - Jake Paul vs Nate Robinson
Light heavyweight (8 rounds) - Badou Jack vs Blake McKernan
Cruiserweight (6 rounds) - Viddal Riley vs Rashad Coulter
What time is the fight?
The card starts from 1am GMT and 6pm local time in Los Angeles, or 9pm ET. Paul is the co-main event so can be expected any time from 3am GMT.
What have they said?
Paul: "I want to prove to people that I'm a legitimate boxer, legitimate professional boxer with skill and someone that people should be scared of.
“I have knockout power, I'm dangerous, and to me that's super important and again, that's just going to take multiple fights to prove that.”
Robinson: "I see his brother [Logan] on the Disney channel. Him on Disney doing so much stuff, man!
"I follow Jake’s YouTube, of course."You and your brother only fight YouTubers, you are gonna fight a real athlete for the first time."