Jake Paul revealed he got sick during training camp after his loss to Tommy Fury on Sunday.
“All respect to Tommy – he won,” Paul said in the ring during his post-fight promo in Saudi Arabia. “And don’t judge me by my wins. Judge me by my losses. I’ll come back. I think we deserve that rematch. It was a great fight, a close fight. I don’t know if I agree with the judges. I got a 10-8 round – twice. So, it is what it is. … This is definitely a humbling experience. I’ll take it on the chin. Get back in the gym and we can run it back.”
“Honestly, I felt flat,” Paul added. “I got sick really bad twice in this camp, injured my arm. So, it wasn’t my best performance. But I lost. I’m not making excuses. I’m just saying, it was not my best performance. I felt a little flat. We’re going to come back and get that ‘W.’ Don’t judge me by my wins. Judge me by my losses. I’m going to come back stronger.
Joe Rogan, widely regarded as a powerful figure in the United States, hosts the wildly popular podcast, “The Joe Rogan Experience,” which attracts high-profile guests such as Elon Musk and Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson. Despite signing a reported $200 million, three-year deal with Spotify in 2020, rumors are circulating about his future with the company as the clock ticks down on his contract, with Spotify declining to confirm when his deal will end. This week, the departure of Max Cutler, who oversaw Rogan at Spotify, was announced. Although Rogan’s deal is non-exclusive, he must still adhere to Spotify’s guidelines despite the company having no creative control over his content. Rogan, a 55-year-old father of three, has courted controversy for his views on the COVID vaccine, having previously claimed that healthy young Americans do not need to worry about getting vaccinated, a statement for which he later apologized.
Rogan Sr. told The Post, “I’m not prejudiced. Everybody has got to live and I teach my kids that. This bothers me. The money went to his head and his head got bigger than his hat — he fools people.”