Moments before Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley shared the ring for their second bout in six months, former NFL running back Frank Gore and former NBA All-Star Deron Williams shared the ring for their boxing debut. As expected, the bout was sloppy, unpredictable and entertaining. As Jake Paul prepares for his next professional bout, it appears that Most Valuable Promotions is putting together another bout featuring professional athletes.
Shams Charania has reported that former NBA players Glen “Big Baby” Davis will make his boxing debut on August 13, 2022. Former NBA player Larry Sanders was identified as a potential opponent, but he was forced out of the match due to his commitment to the Big 3. As it stands, it’s unclear who would replace Sanders. Furthermore, it is unclear if the bout is a professional match or an exhibition.
As for the main event, Jake Paul has indicated that his next fight will be held on August 13, 2022. However, it is unclear who Paul’s opponent will be or where the fight will be held. Over the last few months, Julio Cesar Chavez Jr., Anderson Silva and Tommy Fury have been identified as potential adversary. Given that Paul has fought in Miami, Los Angeles, Cleveland and Atlanta, potential locations for his next bout include New York, Las Vegas and Arlington, Texas.