Jake Paul claims he's lost count of how much money he has made

‘It gets to a point where you stop paying attention’: Jake Paul tells Piers Morgan he’s lost count of how much money he’s made ahead of Saudi showdown with Tommy Fury… as it’s confirmed Cristiano Ronaldo WILL attend Sunday night’s fight

  • Jake Paul will face off against bitter rival Tommy Fury in Saudi Arabia on Sunday
  • The American spoke to Piers Morgan about his fight and the career he has had
  • He revealed he doesn’t know how much money he has made, but that it’s ‘a lot’ 

Jake Paul admitted he doesn’t know how much money he has made in his career, but insisted ‘it is a lot’ ahead of his crunch clash with Tommy Fury on Sunday.

The bitter rivals are finally set to go head-to-head in Diriyah, Saudi Arabia on Sunday, with ringwalks to begin at around 9.30PM UK time, after seeing previously scheduled bouts fall through on two occasions.

The pair faced up in a fiery pre-fight press conference on Thursday, where Mike Tyson, Derek Chisora and Tyson Fury were even present.

Paul originally became a globally-known personality after making his name producing YouTube and social media videos.

He was also involved in acting and music before turning to boxing and – speaking to Piers Morgan Uncensored on TalkTV – he revealed he couldn’t put a figure on what he has earned during his life.

Jake Paul told Piers Morgan he had lost count of how much money he has made in his career

Paul is set to face bitter rival Tommy Fury in a crunch clash in Saudi Arabia on Sunday evening 

Appearing after the press conference on Thursday, the 26-year-old was asked how much money he had made.

The American laughed and then responded: ‘A lot, a lot. I don’t know. 

‘It gets to a point where you make so much you don’t count it anymore so I don’t really know.’

Morgan then questioned Paul and said: ‘I find that as hard to believe. You strike me as someone who knows exactly how much money they make.

He replied: ‘I promise you Piers Morgan I have no idea. I make money in lump sums, residuals, investments, equity, exit of companies so the net worth is always going up and down, moving with the markets and stuff. 

‘I mean it when I say you stop paying attention at some point.’

Paul insisted he didn’t care much about money, but was fighting due to his love of the sport 

Morgan also revealed Cristiano Ronaldo – who is at Al-Nassr in Saudi Arabia – will be at the fight

Paul went on to outline how he appreciated the vast sums of money he has made from all his ventures, including boxing, but fights like the Fury one were more about the passion he has for the sport.

He added: ‘To me the money is great, but I really love boxing and this is what I was put on earth to do. 

‘I wasn’t getting paid like I am now when I started out. I would be doing this regardless of the money.’

Morgan then revealed how he had been informed by Cristiano Ronaldo that the former Manchester United star would be attending the showdown in Saudi Arabia and that ‘he thinks it’ll be a good fight’. 

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