Jake Paul punches YouTuber so hard he poos his pants after losing bet
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Jake Paul took a break from his training for an upcoming fight against Tommy Fury to devote a little bit of time to smacking another YouTuber in the stomach so hard that he pooed himself a bit. You can see Paul's gut-buster in the video below:
Honestly, is there anything that would surprise you these days about Jake Paul?
‘The Problem Child’ is in Puerto Rico at the minute gearing up for his big bout with the youngest Fury fighter, but dished out a bit of punishment to fellow online content creator Preston Lopez after he lost a bet on a college football game.
Lopez and Paul were wagering on the outcome of the National Championship game between TCU and the Georgia Bulldogs, with Lopez picking TCU.
That was a pretty dumb bet, because they got beat 65-7 in a one-sided affair.
Lopez realised he’d entered into ‘possibly one of the worst bets made’ because that meant he had to get punched by Paul.
Whether or not Paul has fought any real boxers or not in his short career - he hasn’t, yet - he has still been boxing against MMA fighters and training really hard.
You can’t deny that the guy is committed to the sport now, that’s for sure.
So, when he cracked one into the belly of Lopez, he caused his fellow YouTuber to s**t himself just a little bit.
He fell to the canvas, admitting: “Oh yeah, I pooped a little bit.”
Paul asked him: “Did you actually s**t yourself?”
“It feels a little wet,” came the reply.
After the bet was fulfilled, Lopez went to hug Paul, but - as you might imagine - he refused.
Pointing to the bathroom, he later admitted: “This kid is out of his mind, bro, but I respect it, he showed up and took it.”
The fight has twice been called off by Fury, who boasts a professional record of eight wins out of eight.
Paul is also putting an unbeaten record on the line, having fought six times for six wins, although - as we’ve covered - none of those came against career boxers.
That’s clearly something Paul has thought about, as he released a statement that read: "The moment of truth has finally arrived.
"On Feb. 26, I will get in the ring with a 'real boxer,' an 8-0 fighter from a storied fighting family and show the world the truth about who Jake Paul, the boxer really is."
At the minute, the bookies have Paul as a slight favourite over Fury, but that is almost certainly going to change as the fight comes nearer and more bets are placed.
One way or the other, someone’s reputation will be damaged on 26 February.