Jake Paul reveals Sean O'Malley as first guest on his new sports show


Jake Paul has revealed that Sean O’Malley will feature on the first episode of his new sports show.

While it’s been well documented that there are plenty of folks out there who don’t like Jake Paul or his antics in the world of boxing, there’s simply no way of denying the success he’s been able to have.

He may have only gone up against basketballers, YouTubers and former MMA stars, but ‘The Problem Child’ has still managed to bring an incredible amount of eyes to what he’s doing both in and outside of the squared circle.

The 25-year-old has made a series of wise business decisions and even though his fights against Hasim Rahman Jr and Tommy Fury fell through, he’s still managing to make some serious headlines.

His latest business venture will see him start his own sports show and as per the man himself, UFC sensation Sean O’Malley will be featuring in the first episode.

“I’m launching my show tomorrow, it’s called BS with Jake Paul. It’s gonna be a weekly sports show bringing on athletes, celebrities, and people who want to talk about sports, bringing new sports fans into the new world.

“Like, what if ESPN was started today, that’s what we’re trying to build, and to reach the audience.”

“We had two first guests on, ‘Suga’ Sean O’Malley and Devin Haney, so excited for the first episode to drop, and just doing sports shows differently.”

Suga is back

Following on from his disappointing no contest against Pedro Munhoz last month, Sean O’Malley is heading back into the line of fire in a big way at UFC 280 in October.

Instead of continuing his slow build up through the ranks of the bantamweight division, the youngster is aiming to take a big step towards the title by facing former champion Petr Yan.

It’s a contest that serves as a huge, huge shift in the competition that O’Malley has been facing thus far but if he can secure another highlight reel finish, it’d be pretty hard to deny him a crack at the strap – regardless of who the champ is.

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