Wiped Out Millions On Jake Paul Net Worth - Jake Paul VS Hasim Rahman Jr. Is Cancelled
Another fight that was supposed to happen with Jake Paul has been called off.
The much-anticipated fight between Hasim Rahman Jr. and Tommy Fury was cut short for no good reason after Fury.
Because of this, the effect wiped out millions on Jake Paul net worth after the fiasco.
Rahman Jr. couldn't make it to 205 pounds in time, so the fight was called off by the commission. This makes things dangerous for The Problem Child and his team. Recently, on the Impaulsive Podcast, Logan Paul talked about how Jake Paul has lost a lot of money because the Hasim Rahman Jr. fight had to be canceled.
Logan Paul is very upset that his younger brother had to go through another cancellation after all the hard work he had done. "The Maverick" says that he was on his way to a WWE match when he got the unexpected news.
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Watch this story to learn five interesting things about Jake Paul's rumored opponent, Hasim Rahman Jr.
Jake Paul will now have to pay everyone who worked for him for the fight millions of dollars. This is on top of all the training that will be for nothing.
Jake Paul's reaction to Hasim Rahman Jr. fight being canceled 👀 (via @jakepaul/Twitter)
Jake Paul and Hasim Rahman Jr. were supposed to fight at Madison Square Garden on August 6.
However, the match will not happen because of Rahman's weight.
In a statement released Saturday night, Showtime Sports and Most Valuable Promotions said that the fighter couldn't make the agreed-upon weight limit for the fight.
Paul was supposed to fight Rahman Jr., the son of a former heavyweight champion named Hasim Rahman.
Rahman Jr. was supposed to take the place of British boxer Tommy Fury, who was not allowed to come to the U.S. in late June.
Soon after the news came out, Paul posted a video on Twitter to explain what had happened and to talk about how he felt about losing a second opponent in just over a month.
The YouTuber-turned-boxer even said that Rahman and Fury were too scared to fight him at MSG.
MVP said in a statement that the fighters signed their contract on July 5 when they weighed no more than 200 pounds.
Rahman agreed to send in weight checks after weighing 216 pounds on July 7.
On Friday, he turned in a report that showed he had only lost one pound in the last 24 days.
MVP said that the promise that Rahman wouldn't lose more than 10% of his weight in the four weeks before the fight was "not made in good faith" by the promotion.
As a result of Friday's update, the New York State Athletic Commission said it wouldn't approve the fight if either fighter weighed less than 205 lbs., which MVP said Paul agreed to.
The promotion company said it sent Rahman's promoter a new contract "with a 205-pound limit and strict penalties if he didn't make weight."
But when MVP got the contract on Saturday morning, the camp told MVP "for the very first time" that the 31-year-old planned to fight at 215 lbs.
Rahman threatened to pull out of the fight if the new weight wasn't agreed upon, which led to the cancellation.
This led to cancellation of the event.
Even though Jake wiped out millions of dollars if he paid everyone on his net worth, Logan Paul is devastated that no one on his undercard will now have a fight.
"The Maverick," who just recently joined the WWE, said that his younger brother and everyone else involved in the event that was canceled worked with their hearts.
We will have to wait a little longer to find out who Paul fights next and when.
Rahman Jr. recently broke his silence and said that he would have made 205 pounds on Friday and knocked out Jake Paul on Saturday if he didn't have so many demands.
But now, none of that is true.