In the UFC welterweight division, Mike Perry identified Jake Paul as a tougher sparring partner than Darren Till.
Earlier this year, it was reported that Platinum had joined Jake Paul as a sparring partner in a fight camp to support boxing with Ben Askren. After the meeting behind closed doors, Paul noted that Mike Perry had done “light work.” Paul posted a video on Twitter where he could hear Perry, where the boxer who turned to YouTube overtook him.
In a recent interview MacLife, Mike Perry recalled a sharp sparring session with Jake Paul. Perry said the “Problem Boy” gave him a much harder time with Platinum UFC than middleweight Darren Til. Sparred in 2018.
“Jake Paul was a better sparrer than him [Darren] To But it was an awkward situation with gloves and s ** t. But, yes, it’s really hard. “
However, after Mike Perry won Paul’s skill, he found the social media star the best as the rounds went on.
“I feel like I’m fine [Jake Paul]… he thinks he wants to attract you, but he doesn’t. He went a long way … after we got to the fourth round, I took over. “
Mike Perry talked about the meeting between Tyrun Woodley and Jake Paul
Jake Paul is set to meet former UFC welterweight king Tyron Woodley. The fight will take place on August 28 under the Showtime banner. This will be Jake’s fourth pro-boxing performance, and the YouTube sensation has the potential to bring his undefeated record to 4: 0.
In the UFC welterweight division, Mike Perry believes Jake Paul has a methodological advantage in a future fight. However, Perry chose Woodley to win by knockout or decision. Speaking of the expected battle, Platinum:
“I don’t know. It’s just based on style, similarities, some features, I don’t know if I have others … but I see Woodley finishing it. Look, Woodley is making a decision too. I’m really looking forward to Jake reaching that finish line.” ‘ring because it has smooth shots, but it’s not coming to an end. “
Mike Perry is considering a free agency test after his next fight in the UFC. In the first welterweight division, you can fight Jake Paul and J’Leon Love on the road to support boxing.
Check out the full interview below: