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Jake Paul shows off custom-made £350k 'Most Valuable Boxer' belt featuring Rolex watch ahead of Tyron Woodley rematch

JAKE PAUL has revealed a custom-made 'Most Valuable Boxer' belt worth £350,000.

The blingy piece features diamond Rolex and Cartier watches as well as a Hermes Birkin bag.


Paul shared videos and pictures of the strap on his social media profiles.

One clip showed the belt sparkling on his bed.

And he wrote: "My 'Most Valuable Boxer' belt designed and painted by Alec Monopoly is my $500k Christmas present.

"It’s hand painted by one of the greatest artists of our generation and features a Hermes Birkin bag sewed into the side as well as a diamond Cartier and Rolex watch.

"2 days."

The reveal came ahead of the 24-year-old's rematch with Tyron Woodley on Saturday.

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Paul is set to fight at his lowest ever weight in the Florida showdown.

And his coach BJ Flores has promised a 'quicker, more aggressive' style from the 4-0 star.

Paul weighed in at 190lbs in his first bout with Woodley, defeating the former UFC champion on points.

But in shedding weight, coming in at a record low of 187lbs, he may have a better chance of maintaining his rhythm for the duration of the fight as he seeks to record a fourth KO of his career.

Flores certainly fancies his chances, telling The W.A.D.E Concept Youtube channel: “Jake's got a big chip on his shoulder from the last Tyron fight. He really does.

“He's been working very hard and instead of going out and celebrating the money or whatever else he made on the last fight, he got right back in the gym.

“He started working hard, we've switched a couple of things up, he'll come in lighter for this fight, he'll be quicker, more aggressive.

“His output is going to be faster paced and we can still box and move the whole fight but it's going to be a much different version of Jake Paul.

“So I'm really excited about it and Jake just can't wait to get in there, doesn't matter against who.”

Woodley was a last-minute replacement for Tommy Fury after the Brit withdrew through illness and injury.

And although Paul may lose out on some PPVs sales as a result, he could still make eight figures, as he has done in his previous three fights according to his own claims.

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