Jake Paul’s insane four-man wish list including Mike Tyson and Conor McGregor
Jake Paul has outlined an insane four-man wish list of future boxing opponents he'd like to face off with in the ring.
Despite heading into his rematch with ex-UFC star Tyron Woodley on Saturday night, Paul, 24, has one eye on who he could fight down the line.
"I was the second highest paid fighter this year and this is my second year of boxing," the 4-0 pro told ESPN.
"So the potential is massive. There are big fights down the line."
Paul then offered up a quartet of huge names that he has previously pursued as possible targets, starting with…
Paul facing off against Floyd Mayweather would be huge, as the unbeaten legend proved earlier this year against his older brother Logan.
Mayweather reportedly pocketed over $100m from that exhibition bout, so you can see why he'd be tempted by another in 2022.
Paul has already come to blows with the 44-year-old, who laid into him after he stole his hat at the press conference for the Logan fight.
The YouTuber recently claimed Mayweather had ordered his assassination after that incident, but settling their differences in the ring could be the way forward.
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Mayweather's former opponent Conor McGregor has also been on the receiving end of Paul's antics in the past year.
He's relentlessly aimed digs towards the MMA star, including an expletive-filled video and purchasing a $100k chain mocking his UFC 257 loss to Dustin Poirier.
McGregor hasn't taken the bait, but Paul recently indicated a fight could be on the cards.
"His manager is good friends with my manager and another one of my advisors and they talk constantly about making it happen," he told Graham Bensinger.
"They're like, 'Yeah we're down, we're about it'."
It was Logan who was recently reported to be in talks for a fight with Mike Tyson, but Jake also mentioned him in his four-man list.
The former heavyweight champion is returning to the ring in February, and has previously said he would take on either of the Paul brothers.
When asked if he could knock Jake out on the Full Send Podcast earlier this year, Tyson said: "So f***ing easy. Yeah, but I would never.
"I'd be against my own f***ing family. They love this little white motherf****er. You know what I mean?
"He got balls. He's got f***ing balls. When you see a white boy with balls, you know. I'm talking about for real, but f*** you motherf***er. Yeah, but nah man, let him have his f***ing reign."
While Paul was the self-claimed second highest paid fighter in 2021, the man who topped him was Canelo Alvarez, so naturally he wants a piece of the Mexican.
Canelo, the first man to become undisputed champion at super middleweight, would undoubtedly present the biggest challenge out of the wish list.
It would probably be over in seconds, too.
Mayweather is the only man to have beaten Canelo in his 60 fights to date.
Paul is confident of getting down to business, previously starting: "I will fight Canelo 100 per cent."
And Canelo refused to rule out a future bout, telling FightHype. "He can try, and keep fighting and playing. We'll see, in the future."
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