JAKE PAUL plans to go into the NFL after he calls time on his brief boxing career.
The YouTuber turned fighter has taken the boxing world by storm over the last two years, in which he’s gone a perfect 5-0.
But the social media phenom is already thinking about life after the sweet science, in which he hopes to play American Football at the highest level.
He told ESPN’s Stephen A Smith: “Stephen, I can run a 4.5-second 40-yard dash.
“You don’t think the Browns would draft me? Come on now, I can play Free Safety!”
When asked what position he’d like to play, Paul told Smith: “Wide Receiver, I got hands.
“If you get me some of those sticky Nike gloves, I’ll be up in there scoring touchdowns. You’ll see me on SportsCenter highlight reels.”
Paul, 25, stretched his professional record to an unblemished 5-0 last month with a viral KO of former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley.
The Problem Child wants to continue facing big-name fighters and hopes to round off his career with a world title in tow.
He said: “The sky is the limit for me right now and if I want to accomplish something it’s all about me being able to do that and me making the commitment and putting in the work required to do that.
“But I think right now, going to 10-0, being undefeated, fighting some big names, making history and maybe taking a world championship belt from somebody just to say I did it, and retiring at 10-0.”
Paul has seemingly turned his attention away from boxing to potentially competing in mixed martial arts.
And the former Disney star already has a weight class in mind for a potential MMA bout.
In a tweet directed to UFC president Dana White earlier this month, he said: “When I make my MMA debut, I could cut 20 pounds and do it at welterweight/170 pounds.
“That’s what all UFC fighters do and many have destroyed their bodies and minds doing it.
“But I’m going do it at middleweight (185). Health first. P.S. Conor [McGregor is] walking around at 190Ibs.”
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