Jake Paul had a particularly distinctive boxing career since he made the millions of dollars that are often exclusively associated with winning a world championship before ever entering a ring.
Jake and his brother Logan Paul became among of the quickest-rising stars on social media in the middle of the decade.
with the youngest sister ultimately securing a significant part on the popular Disney Channel series Bizaardvark.
They started making social media videos when they were young, but they didn't really start to take off until they posted seven-second comedic sketches on the now-defunct video platform Vine.
Logan was able to complete high school and enrol for a short time in an engineering programme at a university, but Jake pulled out before receiving his diploma and finished his education on the set because of his early fame.
The two initially began generating income through Vine adverts, where they collected tens of millions of followers and were able to command high prices for brand partnerships.
Logan made his debut in November 2019, while Jake followed him the following January with a seven-figure debut.
Despite the coronavirus epidemic, he continued to train with instructor BJ Flores and defeated AnEsonGib in the first round. He then faced basketball sensation Nate Robinson behind closed doors on the undercard of Mike Tyson's exhibition fight against Roy Jones Jr.