Jake Paul's Fight Hit List—From Conor McGregor to Canelo Álvarez and Logan Paul

Jake Paul has revealed a list of 10 boxers he wants to fight next as he continues his boxing career.

The YouTuber-turned-boxer is scheduled to fight UFC Welterweight Champion Tyron Woodley on August 28, but is already looking past the bout and to his future opponents.

Canelo Alvarez

Jake Paul showed off his list in a clip tweeted by Showtime Boxing and his preferred opponent for his fourth professional fight is none other than Saul "Canelo" Alvarez.

The current unified super middleweight world champion, the Mexican has won 56 of his 59 fights, 38 of which by KO, and has suffered just one defeat since turning professional 16 years ago.

.@jakepaul hit list 🎯 #PaulWoodley 8.29 on SHO PPV. pic.twitter.com/64kWhWUvGR

— SHOWTIME Boxing (@ShowtimeBoxing) August 14, 2021

A multiple world champion in four different weight classes from light middleweight to light heavyweight, Alvarez is currently ranked as the world's best pound-for-pound boxer according to ESPN, The Ring, the Boxing Writers Association of America and BoxRec.

"Anything is possible—my goal is to become a world champion to laugh and say I did it. Ultimate fight would be against Canelo," the YouTube sensation told British broadcaster talkSPORT last week.

"It's about making history and proving people wrong—I want to leave an everlasting legacy. I know I can become one of the best in the world in this sport. Boxing is the perfect way to prove haters wrong."

The chances of Paul fighting Canelo, however, appear beyond slim as the latter remains focused on the defending his belts and getting into the ring with a YouTube star will serve little purpose.

Nate Diaz

The next man on Paul's list is UFC star Nate Diaz or his brother Nick Diaz, the former Strikeforce, WEC and IFC welterweight champion.

The Diaz brothers are followed by a fellow mixed martial arts star in the shape of Kamaru Usman, the reigning UFC welterweight champion and the current No. 2 in UFC's pound-for-pound rankings.

Tommy Fury

Tommy Fury, the half brother of two-time heavyweight world champion of the world Tyson Fury, is the eighth name on the list. The 22-year-old has won each of his six fights since turning professional and will fight Anthony Taylor later this month as part of the same card featuring Paul and Woodley later this month.

Paul and Fury have previously been involved in social media spat and the former poured further gasoline on the fire ahead of Fury's fight at the end of August.

"Let's see what you are made of," he told talkSPORT.

"People didn't know he existed until he started talking s**t about me."

Conor McGregor and KSI

Former UFC star Conor McGregor is next on the list, followed by YouTuber KSI, who defeated Paul's brother, Logan, in the latter's debut fight in 2019.

Gervonta Davis

The penultimate man on the list is Gervonta Davis, the reigning WBA super lightweight champion and multiple world champion in three different weight divisions.

The 26-year-old, who has won each of his 25 fights, all bar one by KO, didn't take kindly to be included on Paul's list.

"Jake Paul better leave me tf alone," he tweeted, eliciting a retort from Paul, who mocked him for his stature—Davis stands at 5 feet and 5.5 inches.

"You're just mad you're not tall enough to ride the rides at the amusement park," the YouTube star replied.

you’re just mad you’re not tall enough to ride the rides at the amusement park https://t.co/yoWGY3twhc

— Jake Paul (@jakepaul) August 15, 2021

Logan Paul

The last name on the list is arguably one of the most intriguing as is that of Paul's brother, Logan. After losing twice to KSI, the latter fought retired world champion Floyd Mayweather in an exhibition bout in Miami on June 6 which ended in a draw.

Jake Paul has won each of his three fights so far since turning professional in December 2019, winning every bout by TKO or KO.

The 24-year-old defeated fellow YouTuber AnEsonGib on January 30, 2020 by TKO, before flooring former NBA player Nate Robinson in two rounds in November last year leaving him to need medical attention.

In April this year, Paul stopped former Bellator MMA and ONE Welterweight Champion Ben Askren by TKO in one round.

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Jake Paul poses for media during a press conference before his cruiserweight fight against Tyron Woodley at The Novo by Microsoft at L.A. Live on July 13 in Los Angeles, California. Katelyn Mulcahy/Getty Images

Every Boxer on Jake Paul's Fight Hit List

  • Canelo Alvarez
  • Tommy Fury
  • KSI
  • Conor McGregor
  • AnEsonGib
  • Nate Robinson
  • Ben Askren
  • Nick Diaz
  • Kamaru Usman
  • Gervonta Davis