Jake Paul Says He’s Suffering From Slurred Speech and Memory Loss Because of Boxing

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Jake Paul has admitted that boxing has caused him some pretty serious long-term problems, and if he continues, they’re only going to get worse.

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It comes after Paul’s recent win against Tyron Woodley…

But their 8-round rematch might just have made Paul’s conditions even worse…

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Now, there’s no doubting his success seen as the twenty-four-year-old YouTuber currently has over twenty million subscribers on the platform.

And that fact is just beyond me considering he’s one of the worst reality villains, according to The New York Times.

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And no matter what he does, he can’t seem to shake that vibe…

It’s gotten so frequent that he seems to have substituted every single one of his personality traits for being an absolute jerk.

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Back then he only had 8.5 million followers, and yeah, to us normal folk that might seem like a lot, but compared to the twenty million he has now.

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But he didn’t exactly act like your average Disney Channel kid, in fact, he’s been the subject of many controversies…

A local news channel in West Hollywood reported on his crazy antics, saying that, along with his friends, he had managed to infuriate their neighbors so much that they were discussing the possibility of filing a lawsuit against him.

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He was even filmed responding to the backlash…

“The neighbors hate me,” he said proudly after mocking a reporter’s shoes. He claimed he had turned the street into a circus, responding: “I mean, but people like going to circuses, right?”

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Maytal Dahan, one of Paul’s neighbors spoke out against the teens behavior…

“It used to be a really nice quiet street and now we’re just this war zone,” he claimed.

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But despite the hate he received online for his inconsiderate actions, he tried to take the converstation elsewhere…

He decided to tell us there were innocent people “getting shot” out there and we shouldn’t be focusing on him. While we completely agree, that’s not the point.

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And since then, his haters have tripled…

Thanks to feuds with giant YouTubers such as PewDiePie, which saw him gain more haters than fans and before you knew it, he became the king of unnecessary ‘beef’ online in order to keep himself relevant.

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But recently, he made a rather bizarre career change.

Pivoting away from his usual content creation and… Music?

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And his career so far has been controversial to say the least.

And has led to some pretty problematic health conditions…

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Paul first called out none other than Conor McGregor for a fight last December…

“My team is talking to his manager but that’s all I’ll say,” he said.

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“No other fighter with this big of a platform is calling out McGregor. My dogs have more followers than the guy he’s fighting in January,” he said at the time…

“I’m gonna dedicate my life to winning that fight because I’m not going in there just to say I did it — I’m going in there to f**k Conor McGregor up.”

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And he didn’t stop at Conor McGregor, the social media personality has famously released a boxing “hit list” earlier this year…

But lately, he’s shared that he’s been suffering from some health problems due to the sport.

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And people have been pretty brutal after learning the news…

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Before Paul’s rematch with Tyron Woodley, he made an apperance on In Depth With Graham Besinger

Where he shared that he has been struggling with his memory and slurred speech due to boxing.

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“I notice it in conversations with like, with my girlfriend or friends, like, not remembering something that I should be able to remember that happened a couple days ago,” he told the host.

Adding: “Sometimes in my speech, where like every hundredth or two hundredth word, I’ll mess up or, like, slur, which I didn’t do that before.”

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Despite this, he still managed a pretty impressive knockout against the UFC champion Tyron Woodley on Saturday…

So although his doctor has advised him against fighting, it doesn’t look like he’ll be stopping anytime soon… even if there are consequences.

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Check out his interview below…

What do you think?

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