Mike Perry plans to eliminate Jake Paul and replace him with Mike Tyson

  • Mike Perry will attempt to replace Jake Paul in his upcoming fight with Mike Tyson
  • “Platinum” believes a knockout win could make this possible

Mike Perry is on a mission to stop Jake Paul from fighting Mike Tyson and getting paid.

In an interview with Michael Bisping, ‘Platinum’ did not shy away from revealing his dark plans ahead of his boxing match with Paul. According to Perry, he would take out “The Problem Child” not just because he wants to win, but more importantly, because he wants to replace Paul in his upcoming fight with Tyson.

“Maybe I’ll nibble on his ear a little so he can get ready for when he thinks he’s going to fight Mike Tyson. I’m trying to ruin that whole thing for him, see if they offer it to me after I knock out Jake and say, ‘Hey, do you want to fight Mike Tyson on Netflix?’ I would, but I don’t want to be an asshole either. And I could go in there and hang out with him and if Mike can’t knock me out, which I don’t know, he might hurt me pretty bad and then I’ll be the bad guy if I do right about it . the old man,” Perry explained.

“That’s the real win here, if I can stop that, but I don’t want it to hurt Mike’s wallet either,” he added. “If Mike wants to get paid and he wants to fight well, then I’ll take Jake’s place. I’ll be very careful and let him beat me.”

Things get heated between the two

As expected, Paul and Perry refuse to avoid each other in trash talk. The pair had already begun their verbal war in the build-up to the fight, with both fighters unsurprisingly confident in taking each other down.

As it stands now, Paul vs. Perry will take place on July 20. A few months later, “The Problem Child” will continue his boxing showdown with Tyson. The match has already been moved to number 15.

Watch Perry’s full interview below:

Published on June 26, 2024 at 1:33 PM

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