Jake Paul raises $1 million for charity with after-party fundraiser

Jake Paul raised a massive $1 million for hosting an after party fundraiser event following his knockout win over Tyron Woodley last weekend.

After an uneventful five rounds, Paul landed a brutal right hand in the sixth to floor Woodley and pick up the biggest win of his newfound boxing career.

The 24-year-old celebrated his win in style by hosting an after-party at the El Tucan restaurant in Miami on behalf of his charity, Boxing Bullies.

The charity – which aims to use boxing to install "self-confidence, leadership, and courage" in young people to tackle bullying – was founded by Paul this year.

At the event in Miami, "One of a kind" NFT's were auctioned off as well as items from Logan Paul and Alec Monopoly, the artist who designed Paul's $500,000 'MVB' belt.

And Paul is said to have raised a huge seven figures for Boxing Bullies through the event.

"Jake Paul really out here making kids dreams come true. $1,000,000 raised for Boxing Bullies," one of Paul's entourage wrote on Instagram.

All proceeds of the after party in Miami went directly to the charity and he even donated his brother's Rolex for the cause.

"For everyone who came to the Boxing Bullies fundraiser event, I thank you deeply," Paul wrote about the event. "Wow, what a night."

"Boxing Bullies has been a big part of my life. I love every aspect of it, getting to help the kids and renovate gyms around the world," Paul said.

"We did our first gym in La Perla, Puerto Rico, so this is just the start."

Paul's win over Woodley was labelled the "knockout of the [email protected] by his fellow pugilists Ryan Garcia and Badou Jack.

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'The Problem Child' called out current UFC stars Conor McGregor, Nate Diaz and Jorge Masvidal whilst taking a shot at Dana White after his win.

"I just knocked out a five-time UFC champion and embarrassed your whole company, please let me get Diaz, Masvidal, McGregor," he said.

"Because I'm gonna embarrass them too, I promise you that Dana. I promise you that."

The 24-year-old has been called to fight former WBC middleweight titleholder Julio Cesar Chavez Jr next, with Paul showing interest in the fight.

Chavez Jr was outpointed by former UFC star Anderson Silva in his last fight, who oddsmakers have as the favourite to fight Paul next.

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