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After Jake Paul faced Mike Perry in the boxing ring, he now faces him in the PFL cage.

“The Problem Child” and “Platinum” are expected to meet on July 20 in Florida. Jake Paul was originally supposed to meet Mike Tyson on the same day, but “Iron Mike” had to cancel for health reasons. After the legendary heavyweight had to cancel, Mike Perry stepped in with a few weeks' notice.

For Mike Perry, the boxing match is one of the biggest opportunities of his career. The BKFC star is aware of this. In recent weeks, Perry has expressed interest in returning to MMA with a win over Jake Paul. He has named fellow stars such as Dillon Danis as possible opponents.

However, “The Problem Child” is also ready to meet Mike Perry in the cage. In a recent interview with DAZN BoxingJake Paul talked about his return to the boxing ring. There, Paul explained that he would like to fight Perry in the PFL next. The YouTuber, a former high school wrestler, is confident that he can beat “Platinum” in the cage.

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Jake Paul shows interest in a PFL fight against Mike Perry after the boxing match on July 20

“I'm in if I beat Mike Perry in boxing, screw it. We can do that in MMA.” Jake Paul explained in the interview when he talked about his return to the boxing ring. “I want an MMA fight, I mean, the [PFL] Smart Cage is literally right there. Once I get into MMA, my wrestling background will come out and I think I'll be a very dangerous MMA fighter as well. So, Mike Perry can do it, my hands are trisexual.”

In the video posted by DAZN BoxingThe BFKC star responded to Jake Paul's comments. There, Perry explained that there was no way the YouTuber turned boxer would get in the ring with him.

“Cap! Why not fight with your bare fists? Why not box with your bare fists? I've got your back, Jiu-Jitsu isn't something you just keep in your back pocket.”

What do you think about these comments? Would you like to see Jake Paul vs. Mike Perry in the PFL?

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