Jake Paul’s Net Worth

Last Modified Jul 15, 2024 12:07 GMT
Jake Paul Net Worth
Jake Paul


Jake Joseph Paul, a professional boxer and American social media personality, was born on January 17, 1997. Before playing Dirk Mann on the Disney Channel series “Bizaardvark” for two seasons, he first gained notoriety on Vine. Due to his actions, Paul has been involved in numerous controversies throughout his career, including being accused of criminal trespass and unlawful assembly. Paul started his boxing career in August 2018 when he TKO'd British YouTuber Deji Olatunji in the fifth round of an amateur fight. After turning pro, Paul defeated YouTuber AnEsonGib in January 2020 by first-round TKO.


Between 2020 and 2022, Paul defeated retired mixed martial artists Anderson Silva, Ben Askren, Tyron Woodley, and former basketball player Nate Robinson via unanimous decision, a second-round knockout, split decision and a sixth-round knockout and first-round TKO, respectively. His first professional defeat came at the hands of Tommy Fury via split decision. Following that, he proceeded to triumph over retired UFC fighter Nate Diaz with a unanimous decision and a boxer named Andre August. In total, Jake Paul boasts a professional boxing record of 9 victories and 1 defeat (8-1-0). He declared in January 2023 that the Professional Fighters League (PFL) would host his professional mixed martial arts debut.


Age 27 years old
Net Worth Estimated $60 million
Source of WealthOnline Influencing, Youtube, Boxing, Endorsements, Acting
Salary $20 million (2024)
Endorsement BooHooman, DraftKings, RNBO Clothing, Celsius, Betr
Residence Calabasas, California, United States
Marital StatusIn a relationship
Charity Launched Boxing Bullies (fight against bullying)


Jake Paul Net Worth
Jake Paul


How much is Jake Paul Net Worth in 2024?

According to multiple sources, Jake Paul's net worth is estimated to be more than $60 million as of July 2024. Jake Paul consistently ranks among the highest-paid social media stars in the world, earning $20 million to $50 million (before taxes) annually from a combination of boxing matches, merchandise, YouTube video views, and endorsements.


As a result of his professional boxing matches, Jake earned a whopping $42 million in 2023. An additional $5 million came from endorsements and social media revenue. Paul also makes music, which draws a large audience and generates significant revenue.


Jake Paul Salary

Jake Paul's known annual salaries are as follows:

  • 2016 - $11.5 million in earnings

  • 2017 - $11 million in earnings

  • 2018 - $21.5 million in earnings

  • 2021 - $45 million in earnings

  • 2022 - $20 million in earnings

  • 2023 - $42 million in earnings


Jake made $40 million in purses and pay-per-view bonuses from just his 2021 boxing bouts. On January 20, 2020, Jake Paul made his professional boxing debut in Miami. He competed against AnEsonGib, another YouTuber. At 2:18 into the first round, Jake won via TKO.


Jake knocked out former NBA player Nate Robinson in November 2020. From this fight, he made an estimated $1.2 million. Jake defeated MMA fighter Ben Askren by TKO in December 2021.


Tyron Woodley was defeated by Jake in August 2021 after a split decision. His earnings from this fight were $2 million. In a rematch in December 2021, Jake defeated Tyron by knockout again.


Jake triumphed over MMA fighter Anderson Silva in October 2022 by a unanimous vote. From this fight, he made $1.5 million.


On February 26, 2022, Jake competed in Saudi Arabia against Tommy Fury and lost by a split decision. For the fight, Jake promised himself $3.2 million plus 65% of the pay-per-view revenue and was projected to make around $9 million from the match, but Jake announced on social media that he actually made $30 million.


His fights with Nate Diaz and Andre August also garnered huge numbers in 2023, adding to his total fortune.


Related: Why is Jake Paul So Rich?


Jake Paul Endorsements

Jake Paul has endorsement agreements with BooHooman, Betr, RNBO Clothing, and Celsius. He can make up to $75,000 for each such brand promotion or sponsorship post through his social media handles. Usually, these brand promotions bring in over $4 million a year for Jake Paul.


Moreover, Jake Paul sells his own goods and has more than $13 million in bank deposits and government bonds, which entitle him to yearly interest and dividend payments. Every year, Jake Paul makes over $3 million in rental income.


Additionally, there are over $40 million in cash reserves in Jake Paul's asset portfolio. He also has a $35 million investment portfolio consisting of 18 stocks.


Jake Paul Business Ventures


[Image via @jakepaul on Instagram]


In 2024, Jake Paul released a new line of men's personal care called 'W,' for young men striving to be more confident and feel and smell better. The assortment contains body wash, body spray, and antiperspirant deodorant in such fragrances as W Original, Fresh Ice, and Deep Woods. Paul co-founded the brand with Geoffrey Woo and Woodie Hillyard.


Jake Paul Charity and Foundation Work

Jake Paul started working in Puerto Rico to combat bullying by establishing a children's charity and launching his Non-Profit Foundation, "Boxing Bullies," online. Other details about Jake Paul's charity are either unavailable or unreliable.


Jake Paul House

In 2017, Jake Paul moved out of his Beverly Grove apartment and into a $15,000 square-foot mansion in Calabasas, California, which he paid $6.925 million for. The house is situated on 3.5 acres and has a three-story entry with a spiral staircase, Italian tile, and hardwood.


It is accessible through a gated driveway. Floor-to-ceiling picture windows and a fireplace can be found in the living room. In January 2021, Jake stated that he intended to sell the house for about $7 million. He accepted $6.15 million three months later at a loss of $850,000.


In May 2023, Jake Paul paid $15.75 million for an opulent 12,000-square-foot mansion in Puerto Rico. Yadier Molina, a former MLB catcher, built the building from the ground up and sold it. Construction was completed in 2021.


Read More About: Jake Paul's House


Jake Paul’s Car Collection



Jake Paul's car collection is as follows:

  • Porsche Panamera – $305,000

  • Rolls-Royce Ghost – $950,000

  • Bugatti Divo – $7,000,000

  • Ferrari Roma – $680,000

  • BMW Z4 – $150,000

  • Ferrari SF-90 Spider - $600,000


Related: Jake Paul's Next Fight


FAQs On Jake Paul's Net Worth

A. According to multiple sources, Jake Paul's net worth is estimated to be more than $60 million as of July 2024.

A. Jake Paul has endorsements with BooHooman, Betr, RNBO Clothing, and Celsius.

A. Jake Paul's car collection includes a Porsche Panamera, Rolls-Royce Ghost, Bugatti Divo, Ferrari Roma, Ferrari SF-90 Spider and BMW Z4.

A. Jake Paul is an American citizen. 

A. Jake Paul has 9 wins and 1 loss in professional boxing. 

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