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“He can come see me” – Jake Paul reacts to Canelo Alvarez’s win over Jaime Munguia by developing a fight plan

Jake Paul called out Canelo Alvarez again after his victory over Jaime Munguia.

Alvarez successfully defended his undisputed 168-pound world titles with a dominant points victory over Munguia, whom he dropped to the canvas in the fourth period.

Canelo dropped Munguia en route to emphatic points victory


Canelo dropped Munguia en route to emphatic points victoryCredit: Getty

YouTube star Paul, who has become a prominent name in the sport, has regularly called for a showdown with Alvarez throughout his short ten-fight career.

And in a video shortly after Alvarez’s victory, Paul suggested he would fight the champion again.

He said, “Yeah, I mean, he has to come talk to us.

“I’m going to get the cruiserweight belt and Canelo can come see me.”

Paul is a long way from becoming a world champion and is prioritizing entertainment fights in his next outing against 58-year-old Mike Tyson.

The “Problem Child” regularly attempted to lure Alvarez into a fight and insisted it would happen in the future, when his boxing career ended.

It is highly unlikely that Alvarez will be able to fight at cruiserweight, despite previous reports of him facing Ilunga Makabu last year.

He is also at a much higher level than Paul, and reigns as the undisputed 168-pound champion since 2021.

Despite the unlikely nature of a contest, the pound-for-pound superstar previously refused to rule out a showdown with the influencer.

He said: “We will see in the future. He has to do a lot of things.

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I’m not going to say I like (Paul’s personality) or I don’t like it. “Everyone knows his personality so it’s good.”

There is also a significant weight gap, but Paul has previously suggested he would be open to reducing his weight to around 175 pounds.

He said: “I would probably have to cut down to 170 if we were doing it for a real belt.

“It would be a big, big cut, but those are the sacrifices you would have to make to be a champion.

“I think he would underestimate me and let me weigh in on what I want because he thinks he will get me out.

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