Jake Paul has declared that he expects to take out his next adversary Andersson Silva "consciously". The YouTuber turned fighter is hoping to stretch out his streak to 6 successes from 6 battles. His gathering with 48-year-old previous UFC star Silva will occur on October 29 in the US.
The 25-year-old Paul was because of return to the ring on August 6 against Tommy Fury, yet the gathering fell through because of the Briton's powerlessness to get a visa to the United States.
Paul then, at that point, organized a battle with proficient fighter Hasim Rahman Jr., however this likewise fell through because of the rival's weight. Up to this point, there are no issues encompassing the battle with Silva, who has been Paul's venerated image since adolescence.
"Anderson Silva is the coolest guy in the world and I love him. If my opponent is a jerk, I treat him like a jerk and kick his ass. But I respect this guy. I will knock him out again, but with respect. There won't be more than five rounds," Paul stated.