Jake Paul back to boxing as he cancels retirement, trolls say ‘become a boxer first’

A day after announcing his retirement, it seems Jake Paul had a change of heart as he took to his Twitter to share the major update

                            Jake Paul back to boxing as he cancels retirement, trolls say ‘become a boxer first’
Jake Paul had announced he was a retired boxer after win over Tyron Woodley (Photo by Al Bello/Getty Images)

Jake Paul seems to be toying with the emotions of his fans as a day after hanging up his boots, the celebrity boxer decided to come out of retirement thus sparking a meme-fest on Twitter. The popular social media personality’s retirement announcement came after he won against UFC welterweights champion, Tyron Woodley on Sunday, August 29.

After his big fight against the UFC champion over the weekend, the YouTuber claimed that he bagged a whopping $100million.  After winning the match, Jake opened up about Woodley and said, "He's a tough opponent, he's been boxing for 20 years. It was a tougher fight than I expected. He's a good boxer, he came in shape. No hard feelings, but this feels amazing. I want to cry, but I'm too tired." The 24-year-old boxing star had also dropped a hint about stepping in the ring against Tyson Fury's half-brother Tommy for his next big face-off but his tweet about going into retirement grabbed more headlines on August 30.
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Is Jake Paul stepping back into the ring?

A day after announcing his retirement, it seems Jake Paul had a change of heart as he took to his official Twitter account to share the major update with his four million followers. “Updated status: I’m coming out of retirement”. Jake also shared the same news on one of his Instagram stories where he enjoys more than 17 million followers.

Speaking of his retirement, he first dropped the hint after Hollywood biggie and former WWE champion Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson gave a shout-out to the boxer on his Instagram account.  The A-lister, while sharing a clip of watching the big fight had captioned the post, “Broke the @teremana out Helluva electric crowd Let’s get it on boys.” This of course, caught the attention of Jake as he then jokingly tweeted, “The Rock posted me on his Instagram. I can retire now.”  To everyone’s disbelief, a few hours later Jake Paul tweeted that he was indeed hanging up his boots. “Updated status: Retired boxer”.








‘Can’t retire from something you’re not pro at’

Social media users did not hesitate to crucify Jake Paul the moment he came out of retirement. A majority of the users claimed that how could he retire when did not even fight a real boxer. One user posted, “Im begging you jake fall to quit boxing immediately, your not that good and you keep fighting mma fighters, either fight REAL professional boxers or just retire bc this isnt working wint with me, pls retire if your going to be a pu**y and not box a real boxer your size.” Another user shared, “Can’t retire from something you’re not pro at.”
One user tweeted, “No one cares. Get a job and retire boxing is stupid.” Whereas, the next one added, “You have to become a boxer first to be able to retire.” One person asserted, “How can @jakepaul retire from boxing, if he never fought another boxer?  Isn't that like saying I'm retiring from being an astronaut, without ever having gone to space?” Meanwhile, one asked, “How can you retire and unretire from something you have never professionally done unless you're talking about gobbling the ding dazong.” Another trolled the boxer and suggested, “Retire from social media.” And, one user concluded while claiming, “Can't be retired boxer because you never fought a boxer you can't retire for something when you didn't even compete with the same people you thought old a** MMA fighters that don't count.”


















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