Watch Jake Paul show off explosive power and slick hand speed on pads ahead of YouTuber's comeback fight

JAKE PAUL gave a glimpse of his fast hands and power as he trains for his next fight.

The YouTuber-turned prizefighter recently announced he will return on August 13 for his sixth professional bout.


Paul last fought in December in a short-notice rematch against Tyron Woodley, 40, after Tommy Fury, 22, pulled out.

He knocked out replacement Woodley, having previously beaten the ex-UFC champion on points in August.

It added to KOs over gamer 'AnEsonGib', ex-NBA player Nate Robinson, 37, and retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 37.

But following Fury's withdrawal, it leaves the American, 25, still yet to face a recognised boxer.

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That could change in the summer, with the Love Island star, 23, and heavyweight legend Mike Tyson, 55, in talks with Paul.

The social media sensation has been focusing his latest efforts promoting the super-fight between Katie Taylor, 35, and Amanda Serrano, 33.

But in between his matchmaking obligations, Paul continued to train and released a snippet of pad work online.

And he revealed his training camp has started well ahead of schedule.

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Paul told SunSport: “I seem to not be able to stay out of the gym.

"I’m sort of always working out. Even when I was on the break, I was still jogging or whatever.

"I dunno, I just feel like my body just craves that workout and that feeling of being in the gym. 

“So, yeah I just always end up starting my camps way earlier than expected.”

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