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“What a joke”: Jake Paul ripped to shreds after his latest boxing victory

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Jake Paul added to his boxing resume with another victory on Sunday.

The YouTuber-turned-fighter wasted no time finishing his latest fight by scoring a first-round TKO victory.

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Ryan Bourland, 35, barely put up a fight as Paul unleashed punches in directions never before seen by a professional boxer.

In the end, the referee saw enough and intervened when Bourland fell to all fours while Paul ran to the corner and put a glove to his ear.

The 27-year-old American has long been targeted by fans for continually stepping into the ring against lackluster opposition.

A calling card from the masses towards Paul focused on his reluctance to face more accomplished boxers.

On Sunday, he attempted to silence those doubters by facing a man with 19 professional fights under his belt.

Bourland entered the competition with a 17-2 record, but what was consistently overlooked by Paul’s camp was a glaring fact…Bourland had only fought once in the last five and a half years.

He scored a TKO victory in September 2022, in his last fight. Before that, he won by decision in October 2018.

Paul extended his boxing record to 9-1 with his latest victory and after the fight he was arguably named one of the best boxers on the planet.

“I’m ready for the big league, I’m getting sharp,” Paul told Ariel Helwani.

“This is my life now, I’m on my way to becoming world champion.

“Canelo (Alvarez) stops dodging. I know you want it.

“I represent Puerto Rico, you represent Mexico. It’s Puerto Rico versus Mexico. I want Canelo, I want all the biggest names.

“Like I said, I really am the face of this sport. Who does more for boxing than me? I continue to prove myself over and over again.

“The most followed boxer, the most viral knockouts. Period. These are just facts, no one can deny it.

“I’m here to stay, I’m a fixture in this game and I really want all the smoke no matter who’s out there. Let’s pop it.

However, fans watching weren’t buying it and took aim at Paul.

Although Paul has long invoked the biggest names in boxing, none have ever taken him seriously.

Everything changed on Sunday after his victory over Bourland.

Ryan Garcia took to his Instagram account to raise his hand to face Paul and end his boxing career.

“I’m tired of this. I’m done, I’m stopping this shit and it’s my fault I started his boxing career,” Garcia wrote.

“I never should have. But no regrets! I’m going to hurt this man very badly.

We now wait to see which retired boxer Paul will line up for his next fight on his supposed journey to becoming world champion.

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