Jake Paul claims he can "beat the f**k out of" Seth Rollins

Logan Paul, Jake Paul's older brother, has been in a heated feud with Seth Rollins for several months now.

It appears that Logan Paul isn't the only one who's got beef against Seth Rollins. Ahead of next month's matchup between Logan Paul and Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 39, Jake had choice words to say about his older brother's next WWE opponent.

Jake Paul has mentioned a lot of times that he'd love to join the WWE as well.

In a recent episode of Logan's Impaulsive podcast, Jake downplayed Rollins, saying that "he sounds like a f--king *b---h*" adding that he'll "beat the f**k out of him."

For what it's worth, this isn't the first time that Jake has joined his brother's feuds in the WWE. On the other hand, Rollins is doing his part by calling out Jake in interviews, taking jabs at why the WWE even bothers to get a "celebrity." Jake has since responded in kind by costing Rollins the United States Championship at last month's Elimination Chamber. This resulted in their upcoming fight at the Showcase of the Immortals.

As part of the promo leading up to their April fight, Rollins and Paul stared each other down at this week's Monday Night Raw episode with Rollins laying flat on the floor, after which the WWE confirmed their WrestleMania 39 match.

As for Jake, he isn't exactly a pushover. He started his professional boxing career 5-0 with highlight wins against former UFC stars Ben Askren, Tyron Woodley, and Anderson Silva. He's fresh off his first career loss to Tommy Fury via split decision. It isn't clear yet if Jake will have a rematch against the half-brother of the reigning heavyweight boxing champ, Tyson Fury, or if he'll be looking to join his brother inside the ring anytime soon.

What's certainly expected is for Rollins to use Jake's loss and comments as fuel to hype his clash against Logan Paul in Los Angeles.

The WWE made Logan Paul vs Seth Rollins at WrestleMania 39 official last week.

Unfortunately, the showdown between Logan Paul and John Cena won't happen at WrestleMania 39. Instead, the WWE has pivoted and pitted Cena against Austin Theory. But, we're hoping that the WWE will revisit this idea in the future.

Ray Ampoloquio
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