Jake Paul tops first official influencer boxing rankings ahead of brother Logan and old rivals KSI and AnEson Gib | The Sun

JAKE PAUL has been named as the top influencer "boxer" by the Pro Boxing Association.

The YouTuber-turned fighter, 25, has dominated the influencer boxer sphere and boasts a 5-0 record.

Paul has fought two former UFC fighters and knocked out every opponent he has faced in the ring.

He has shot to fame as a result and it is no surprise he tops the official rankings list, above brother Logan.

Logan comes in at fifth place despite holding boxing legend Floyd Mayweather Jr to a draw in June 2021.

But that was the influencer's last bout and he appears to have hung up his gloves – for now at least.


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Logan also has a defeat on his record after losing his professional boxing debut against British YouTuber KSI, aka JJ Olatunji.

KSI, who ranks second, is unbeaten in the ring and is looking to extend his 100 per cent record against Alex Wassabi at the O2 next month, but he will have to dust off some cobwebs having not fought since November 2019.

Friend of KSI AnseonGib is third after winning three out of three exhibition bouts – but in his only pro fight he lost to Jake Paul in what was also the American's pro debut.

Also on the list are Austin McBroom of ACE family fame, a YouTube channel with more than 20million subscribers, as well as video game YouTuber FaZe Temperrr and rapper Blueface.

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Nobody on the list matches Paul's pedigree in or outside of the ring.

As well as boasting a 100 per cent record, Paul is a big PPV draw and is believed to have earned around £20million from his fights.

He has shaken up the boxing world and has his sights set on becoming world champion one day and wants to fight the likes of Canelo Alvarez.

Paul also owns Most Valuable Promotions and helped organise arguably the biggest ever women's boxing event – the Madison Square Garden showdown between Paul's fighter Amanda Serrano and Ireland's Katie Taylor.

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