Uriah Hall has called out Jake Paul after his defeat of Le’Veon Bell by unanimous decision.
Hall was the class fighter of the two, but still found some kind words for the former NFL running back.
“I just told him, I have so much respect for him, it’s such a hard thing for him to switch careers you know he’s a professional football player, and for him to step outside his comfort zone and do this, this is the toughest sport in the world,” he said.
“I don’t care who you are. This is the toughest sport in the world and I give him so much props, I’m proud of you man.”
Bell stayed in the fight by inflicting a series of body blows to Hall.
“For him to stick to his jab to the body, I don’t know if he was trying to set me up but he was very consistent with it.
“He was strong man I got cracked a couple of times I was like holy shit, I had to keep it together.”
Hall, who has done most of his fighting in the octagon before moving to boxing, was then asked if boxing was where he intended to stay, who who he wants to fight next.
“F— yeah I want to do this, I want Jake Paul. I want his frosty arse, I’m the dude who’s going to come out here and expose him.
“I tell you, if Anderson don’t do it. I’m going to be the one to f— you up.”