JAKE PAUL released training clips showing off his left uppercut as he prepares to face ex-NBA star Nate Robinson.
The YouTuber, 23, faces former basketball player Robinson, 36, on the undercard of Mike Tyson’s undercard on November 28.
After 54-year-old Tyson’s pay-per-view return was postponed two months from its initial September date, Paul took time out of the gym.
But he is training once again having shared videos of an intense skipping session as well as pad work.
The American – who beat internet rival ‘AnEsonGib’ on his boxing debut in January – was seen drilling the lead left uppercut.
Paul’s trainer BJ Flores recently released footage of his fighter dropping a sparring partner.
It came after the social media star already predicted he will win his second pro fight in the opening round.
Robinson – who has not played in the NBA since the 2015-2016 season – is preparing to box for the first time.
Such is Paul’s confidence in a first-round finish, he claims to be eating fast-food during training camp.
He told TMZ Sports: “I was eating McDonald’s the other day, and they were like ‘Should you be eating McDonald’s? You’re training for a fight.’
“I said the only reason it would matter is if the fight [goes] past one round, like I don’t need cardio for this s***.
“He’s getting knocked out in one round, on God.”