Jake Paul guaranteed just £450 for fighting Nate Robinson on Mike Tyson’s undercard
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Jake Paul is guaranteed just $600 (£450) from his second professional fight against Nate Robinson tonight.
The social media star, younger brother of Logan, takes on the former NBA star on the undercard of Mike Tyson's ring return against Roy Jones Jr.
Paul is following up on his debut victory over AnEsonGib in January while Robinson is making his debut.
And both men are guaranteed just the minimum payment per the California State Athletic Commission – $100 per round.
Their final take-home pay is likely to be significantly more but that could depend on the success of the pay-per-view sales.
Jake Paul takes on Nate Robinson
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Paul is already a millionaire thanks to his YouTube exploits but seems determined to pursue a boxing career.
He has also called out KSI who beat his brother on their professional debut 12 months ago.
After weighing in yesterday, Paul said: "I love the sport, I'm made for this and to me it's an opportunity to prove people wrong.
"It's something I fell in love with, something I'm passionate about and something I'm good at and I'm going to take the world by storm.
"Nate's kids, if you're watching, don't watch the fight, I don't want t embarrass your dad in front of you. It's going to be bad, it's going to be bloody."
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Paul has also made outlandish claims about fighting UFC star Conor McGregor who made his own boxing debut against Floyd Mayweather three years ago.
Paul said: "These MMA guys go to practice every day and have to spend their whole day on one thing – elbows, knees, grappling, take downs so there's a lot they have to work on.
"But I've been going into the gym for the past three years and all I've been focusing on is boxing, so come over into my arena and you're going to get your a** beat.
"Jake Paul vs Conor McGregor will happen. People think that's crazy and Jake's going to get his a** kicked but we'll see."