Promoter Paul cut an animated figure as he watched the Puerto Rican’s crushing decision loss to the Irishwoman in New York on Saturday while Eddie Hearn visibly also struggled to control his emotions.
Taylor, 35, narrowly beat Serrano, 33, on a split decision last weekend, in what was billed as the biggest fight in female boxing history.
Paul, 25, said that after watching the fight intensely, he felt that Serrano deserved to leave with the belts after she arguably came the closest anyone has ever come to dropping Taylor in the fifth round.
The American hasn’t taken the loss well with Paul, from Cleveland, claiming that she was ‘robbed’ in her split decision loss to Taylor.
Video footage has now surfaced that shows his and Hearn’s animated reactions to that crazy final 30 seconds.
The clip, taken from DAZN Boxing’s official Twitter account, captures Paul punching the air and jumping up and down repeatedly.
Hearn is also standing next to him and can also be seen visibly reacting to and flinching with every punch thrown.
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The cringe-inducing footage went viral and racked up over 4,000 likes on Twitter in under 24 hours.
In response to the clip, one fan said: “What is Jake Paul doing ffs.”
Another Twitter user also suggested this attention-seeking is what has put people off the social media star.
They said: “Jake Paul did that because he wants the attention on him. Maybe him and Claressa Shields should fight. They turn every conversation or situation into it being about themselves.”
Another fan simply commented of Paul: “What on earth is that clown doing? Any half-decent amateur lays him out.”
And one wrote sarcastically: “Love how a five fight (against no boxers) boxer is telling an eight-time world champion what to do.”
Other Twitter users were also unsympathetic. One person compared Paul to an embarrassing parent watching their child playing a game of football at school.
Paul, meanwhile, is also trying to pick a fight with Conor McGregor.
The 25-year-old made his professional debut in 2020 and has competed entirely at cruiserweight.
However, he has turned his attention to fighting the Notorious, as he seeks to secure one massive payday.
Speaking at the post-fight press conference, he said: “I mean, of course Conor’s watching to support Katie.
“We had a little bit of banter back and forth.
“But of course he always has something to say, but he doesn’t really have a place to talk, right?
“He hasn’t won a fight in five years, Dana [White] owns him, and I’m the one that got Katie Taylor a big payday and that’s his hero.
“Conor McGregor’s not tall enough to ride a roller-coaster. I feel bad for him. He’s ducking me.
“We’ll get that settled one day.”
Despite her huge success, Taylor is yet to fight as a professional in Ireland.
However, a rematch at Croke Park might just tick all the boxes.