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Jake Paul welcomes one of the "biggest punchers in women's boxing" to Most Valuable Promotions

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Most Valuable Promotion's co-founder Jake Paul

Jake Paul's promotional company Most Valuable Promotions has signed ABF Intercontinental super-middleweight champion Shadasia Green.

'The Problem Child' claims that MVP has now signed the 'two biggest power punchers in women's boxing', as Green joins Amanda Serrano under the promotion's banner.

The news was announced via MVP's official Twitter account, which Paul quote-tweeted in a now-deleted post. 'The Problem Child' has high hopes for his newly signed fighter, and he tweeted the following:

"Big announcement for MVP. Amanda Serrano and Shadasia Green are the two biggest punchers in women's boxing. We coming for all the belts."

See the post below:

Screenshot of Jake Paul's deleted tweet
Screenshot of Jake Paul's deleted tweet

Green has a record of 11-0 which includes 10 KOs and will face former IBF and WBA super-middleweight champion Elin Cederroos on February 4. The fight will be an eliminator for the WBC title challenger status, and the winner will face Franchon Crews-Dezurn next, who defeated Cederroos in April 2022.

Jake Paul founded MVP in June 2021 alongside Nakisa Bidarian, and the pair signed a total of four fighters as well as promoting Paul's last three fights.


Jake Paul training BJJ ahead of MMA debut

Jake Paul recently signed a multi-year deal with the Professional Fighters League. 'The Problem Child' owns equity in the business and will compete in a newly-created 'super-fight division', but an opponent for Paul's debut is yet to be confirmed.

Recent footage has emerged of Paul taking Brazilian jiu-jitsu classes with Mo Jassim, the founder of ADCC - BJJ's biggest tournament - and Atos JJ Academy black belt Michael Perez.

Paul posted the following online:

"First day of jiu jitsu"

See the post below:

'The Problem Child' also posted this video of him rolling with Michael Perez, and said this:

"Building the foundation…just like I did in boxing. I have the utmost respect for the sport and will make my debut with the tools to win."

Watch the video below:

Building the foundation…just like I did in boxing. I have the utmost respect for the sport and will make my debut with the tools to win. @PFLMMA https://t.co/PBzCcQpI0c

'The Problem Child' is eager to compete in MMA this year, and has offered Nate Diaz a two-fight deal to compete in boxing and MMA, but the Stockton native is yet to respond to the offer.

Jake Paul's exponential improvement in boxing has shown the ability to pick up skills quickly and hone them through an insatiable work ethic. If 'The Problem Child' applies a similar strategy to developing his MMA game, he may be able to surprise his doubters in the years to come.

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Edited by Anurag Mitra
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