Logan Paul recently opened up about his fear for his brother, Jake Paul, during the early days of his internet career.

In the new Netflix documentary, “Untold: Jake Paul the Problem Child,” Logan revealed that both he and their father were genuinely concerned that Jake might end his life due to the relentless hate he received on the internet.

Jake faced intense backlash and criticism for his controversial pranks and stunts during the early stages of his YouTube fame. These controversies led to various negative consequences, including losing his role on Disney’s “Bizaardvark” and lucrative endorsement deals. The internet trolls targeted him relentlessly, making him a subject of widespread hate.

“It’s not easy to be hated by the whole entire world, and it creates a very dark mental place,” Jake said, reflecting on the difficult time he faced.


However, Jake found a new purpose in boxing, which has been a turning point in his life. His success in the sport has earned him increased popularity and respect, even from legendary figures like Mike Tyson. Jake’s victories over former UFC stars like Ben Askren, Tyron Woodley, and Anderson Silva have further solidified his position as a prominent figure in the world of boxing.

As he prepares to face Nate Diaz in an upcoming match, Jake looks to overcome the challenges and bounce back from the first loss of his career. His journey in and out of the ring has been a transformative one, and he continues to evolve as a person and athlete.

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