Jake Paul is being accused of steroid use in the buildup to his highly-anticipated fight against Nate Diaz.
The two are scheduled to square off in the ring on August 5 and the YouTuber has promised his fans a knockout.
Paul is looking jacked ahead of the bout, having shown off his body in a video that instantly had Twitter users accusing him of juicing. You could see some of the reactions right below:
The Problem child has hit back, sharing his negative VADA test results for performance-enhancing drugs from July 6th.
“This letter is to advise you that one or more specimens collected from the below-named athlete have been analyzed for performance-enhancing drugs through the Voluntary Anti-Doping Association (VADA) program,” it reads.
Meanwhile, Paul has declared that he’s a totally different fighter following his first career loss, which came at the hands of Tommy Fury in February.
The 26-year-old has implied that Diaz will be the one who feels his vengeance on the back of the loss as he is a lot better now.
“Man, I have the biggest chip on my shoulder, the biggest chip on both shoulders,” he told TMZ Sports. “Coming back with vengeance, refilled with that hunger that I had in the beginning of the sport to prove to people what I was capable of.
“The lion lost. I’ve retreated back into the jungle, I took notes of everything, I got better, I trained, and now this lion is going to come out and maul this dude. And he’s gonna have to pay – he’s gonna have to pay for all this hard work, all this sacrifice I’ve made in this camp.”
While Diaz has only lost via TKO twice over the span of a 20-year MMA career, Paul has said he will “100 percent” knock him out.