Eddie Hearn and Jake Paul made a bet for $ 1 million: the conditions of the bet


Promoters Eddie Hearn (Matchroom Boxing) and Jake Paul (Most Valuable Promotions) are so confident in their fighters that they even agreed to bet 1 million USD.

Already this Saturday in New York (USA), perhaps the greatest fight in the history of women’s boxing will take place: the absolute lightweight champion Katie Taylor (20-0, 6 KOs) from Ireland will fight the only conqueror of 7 (!) weight divisions in history Amanda Serrano (42-1-1, 30 KOs) from Puerto Rico. Ladies take 2 first places in the women’s pound
ESPN versions
and in the ranking
The Ring
– 1st and 3rd.

Taylor Presents Matchroom Boxingand Serrano is a client MVP.

First, Paul offered Hearn a bet: “Eddie, I’m offering you a deal.”

He immediately retorted: “Nothing. No tattoos.”

Paul laughed, then offered to bet 500 thousand USD on the winner. Hearn responded by raising the stakes to a million and even wanted to “write it all down on paper, otherwise HZ, all of a sudden you turn out to be a muddy type”.

To this, Paul replied: “Yes, yes, we will definitely sign the papers. Because when Amanda wins, I will definitely give this won million to her. So I’m also interested in writing down the terms of the bet.”

“I have a bet for you Eddie!” – @jakepaul

“I’m not getting a tattoo… – @EddieHearn

“$1million on Amanda!” – @jakepaul

#TaylorSerrano #ForHistory pic.twitter.com/N9uAPrT3oz

— Matchroom Boxing (@MatchroomBoxing) April 28, 2022

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— Matchroom Boxing (@MatchroomBoxing) April 28, 2022

Interestingly, for the first time in their careers, both will receive a guaranteed seven-figure fee. Previously, Eddie Hearn and Jake Paul even staged a battle of views (there is a video), and also the boss Matchroom Boxing stated that Taylor-Serrano is cooler than Valdez-Stevenson – he is not worried about the intersection of dates.

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