Watch as Jake Paul is 'shown up' by Amanda Serrano in training with fans more impressed by world champ in background

JAKE PAUL has been training with boxing star Amanda Serrano and fans online said the YouTuber was 'shown up' by the world champion.

Showtime Boxing uploaded footage of the pair punching heavy bags in the gym and fans were quick to give their opinions in the comments.


Serrano linked up with the YouTuber after it was announced she would co-headline on Paul's undercard against ex-UFC champion Tyron Woodley.

The unified featherweight world champion will face Yamileth Mercado and she has been getting into shape alongside Paul.

Showtime posted the footage late on Monday and it showed the two undertaking similar drills ahead of the bouts.

With a coach guiding them, the pair can be seen throwing straights on heavy bags.

The post caption read: "@jakepaul & @serranosisters putting the work in.

"#PaulWoodley #SerranoMercado #MondayMotivation."

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And fans were quick to heap praise on Serrano in the comments after one suggested Paul was getting 'shown up'.

One wrote: "She got more power than him."

Another added: "Damn, her form was better than his."

Tank commented: "She's better than him in every single aspect. And this is the guy who wants to fight Canelo."

And Moneymakinmon chipped in with: "LMAO that's the worst straight I've ever seen.

"But then again, he is an entertainer."

Paul, 24, faces Woodley, 39, on Sunday, August 29 in his fourth and most challenging fight to date.

He is 3-0 in his boxing career but has so far beaten only limited opposition since his January 2020 debut.

That includes against online rival 'AnEsonGib', ex-NBA star Nate Robinson, 37, and retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, 37, a renowned grappler.

With Paul confronted by a fighter who has knockout power for the first time, the social media star admitted he has it all to prove.

He said: "For sure, this is my make-or-break fight. This is my hardest challenge.

"Tyron Woodley has been boxing way longer than I have. He's been knocking people out while I was in high school in science class.

"This is definitely a tough challenge, and it's the perfect narrative."

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