Jake Paul has proven off a $500,000 (£375,000) ‘Most Helpful Boxer’ belt which has Rolex watches stitched into it.
The YouTuber turned boxer revealed the merchandise in an Instagram submit wherein he additionally confirmed off a bedazzled chain engraved along with his nickname – Downside Youngster.
Paul is presently gearing up for a rematch with former UFC champion Tyron Woodley in Tampa, Florida on Saturday as he seems to stay unbeaten in his fifth skilled bout.
The American fighter had been because of battle Love Island runner-up Tommy Fury earlier than the Brit was forced to withdraw because of a chest an infection and damaged rib.
Paul confirmed off the belt, which is white with pink and yellow paint splatter on the centre, in an Instagram submit on Thursday.
The caption reads: “My “Most Helpful Boxer” belt designed and painted by Alec Monopoly is my $500k Christmas current.
“Because of the type hearted CEO of Most Helpful Promotions for the belt. It’s hand painted by one of many best artists of our technology and includes a Hermes Birkin bag sewed into the facet in addition to a diamond Cartier and Rolex watch.
“2 days till the battle. Press convention now. Tune in.”
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The glistening belt options two Rolex watches and reads: “Most Helpful Boxer, for Jake Paul”, within the centre.
Paul additionally displayed a brand new chain within the submit, a diamond encrusted rectangular piece along with his nickname ‘Downside Youngster’ emblazoned throughout it.
The 24-year-old is hoping to increase his unbeaten skilled report to 5-0 when he faces Woodley for the second time in 4 months on Saturday.
He received their first assembly in August through a break up choice, the primary time he had been compelled to go the gap in a battle.
The deliberate assembly with Fury would have been the primary time Paul had confronted a fellow boxer, along with his opponents to this point consisting of a YouTuber, retired basketball participant and two mixed-martial artists.