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Drew McIntyre Takes A Shot At Jake Paul Ahead Of Today’s Fight

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• Drew McIntyre Takes A Shot At Jake Paul Ahead Of Today’s Fight

Undefeated Professional Boxer Jake Paul (brother of WWE star Logan Paul) will take on Tommy Fury (half-brother of World Heavyweight Boxing Champion Tyson Fury) in a Boxing Match today.

During a recent episode of Celtic Warrior Workouts, Sheamus and Drew McIntyre did some training with 3-time Kickboxing World Champion Bernard “Swiftkick” Robinson.

To promote this episode, McIntyre took a shot a Jake by tweeting the following:

“One day of boxing and already better than Jake Paul…”

Sheamus replied the following to this tweet:

“Book it.”

Jake had his 1st major on-screen role in WWE at the Crown Jewel 2022 premium live event. He came out to help his brother Logan Paul fight The Bloodline.

After the event went off the air, Jake had the following to say during a backstage interview:

“The Bloodline, whatever bro. I don’t know. I just wish I was out there sooner to help Logan, but, I mean, Roman Reigns… he’s dope, he’s cool, he’s a great fighter but at the end of the day, if we do this for a little bit longer, the Paul brothers will be the WWE Champions.”

Backstage at this event, Jake met WWE/UFC Legend Brock Lesnar. Lesnar asked if Jake is excited to work this event and Jake said he’s a little nervous as he has never done this before.

Lesnar then said the following about the Paul brothers:

“I’m excited for you guys. I followed you guys. I’m proud of you guys, you’ve done well.”

You can watch it below:

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• Old School Wrestling Manager Celebrates His Birthday

Old School Wrestling Manager “The Sinister Minister” James Vandenberg aka “Father” James Mitchell celebrates his 58th birthday today.

During his career Mitchell worked for several promotions, such as World Championship Wrestling (1997-1999), Extreme Championship Wrestling (2000-2001) and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2002-2008 & 2017).

He’s the former manager of well known Wrestlers like Wrath, Mortis, Tajiri, Mikey Whipwreck and Abyss.


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