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Jake Paul net worth 2022 – how much money has he made from boxing career and what is payday for Anderson Silva fight?

JAKE PAUL is set to take the boxing world by storm once again TONIGHT with a fight against Anderson Silva.

Paul, 5-0 as a fighter, takes on UFC legend Anderson in his toughest test to date yet.

Anderson Silva will face Jake Paul at the Gila River Arena in Arizona
Jake Paul is preparing for a huge fight against Tyron Woodley

The YouTube sensation is the slight betting favourite going into the fight, but 47-year-old Silva poses a genuine threat to Paul’s unblemished record.

Silva beat former boxing world champion Julio Cesar Chavez Jr last year in an eight-round bout.

One thing that’s for certain, however, is that Paul stands to make another hefty pay-day.

What is Jake Paul’s net worth?

Jake Paul had been making a healthy amount of money before his boxing career took off.

But now the 25-year-old is established PPV star, Paul is earning boat-loads in the ring too.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Paul’s net worth amounts to around £25million.

Paul launched his online career back in 2013 which his equally wealthy brother Logan, with the pair making a name for themselves on social media app Vine.

The pair also have millions of YouTube subscribers and followers in TikTok.

And then in 2019, Paul had his debut as a boxer, fighter AnEsonGib on a Matchroom USA card, beating the fellow YouTuber in the first round.

In 2017, Paul started Team 10, his very own digital influencer platform, which acts as a entertainment promotional tool for teenagers.

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How much is Jake Paul being paid to fight Tyron Woodley?

Paul is expected to make a lot of cash for his fight with Silva, who also stands to earn big.

For his fight with Ben Askren, who Paul knocked out in one round last year, Paul’s purse was £500,000 – a huge amount for a fighter so early on in their career.

Paul would’ve had made more than that once a cut of the pay-per-view revenue came in too, with the fight being broadcasted on Triller.

Since then, Paul signed a multi-fight promotional deal with Showtime in the U.S., and he now stands to make more for his fights moving forward.

Paul’s purse for his two fights with Woodley likely came close to £5million, and he’d have taken home a share of the pay-per-view revenue.

It’s been reported that Paul’s purse, taking into account potential PPV revenue, will be £3.5m, with Silva set to take in around £1m.

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