Jake Paul wants to win a world title belt to 'throw it on the f***ing ground and stomp on it' after Tyron Woodley KO

JAKE PAUL said he wants to win a world title belt – only to 'throw it on the f***ing ground and stomp on it'.

The YouTube star celebrated his fifth professional win in the boxing ring by knocking out Tyron Woodley in their rematch.

And he refused to put a ceiling on his success and claimed he could even become world champion – but would ditch the belt in the bin.

Paul said: "It's scary to try and put a cap on where this can go, the potential is unlimited here. 

"It's really up to me and my team and how hard I want to work. I'm hungry and motivated and I love this s***.

"Two years as a professional and this has gone astronomical and it's making history. 

"I would love to just continue to put on historic events, sell massive pay-per-views and fight higher level opposition as I go. 

"Maybe when the time is right I'll go for the world championship belt, whatever belt that is – IBF, WBA, WBO, I don't know.

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"It would be funny to become world champion and be like, 'Yeah, I'm a YouTuber'. 

"As soon as I win the world championship, I'd take the belt and I would throw it on the f*****g ground and stomp on it, because you're a champion in here (pointing to his head) and in your heart… I am a champion."

Paul recorded his fourth win in 13 months and also made sure he had KO wins over all of his opponents.

In Paul's first three fights, he beat YouTuber 'AnEsonGib', ex-NBA player Nate Robinson, 37, and retired UFC welterweight Ben Askren, also 37.

But he then followed it up with an eight-round points win over Woodley, 39, in August.

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Paul, 24, was set to fight Tommy Fury, 22, afterwards, until the British former reality TV star pulled out with a broken rib and chest infection.

Woodley then signed as a late replacement but was knocked out in the rematch and Paul likened himself to boxing's pound-for-pound king Canelo Alvarez, 31.

He said: "No one in the history of boxing has done what I've done at this age.

"Massive pay-per-views, knocked out every single person that I've fought. The only person that's as active as me and doing as big pay-per-views is Canelo.

"I've turned everyone I've fought into memes, going viral all over the internet.

"I'm ready to fight whoever – it doesn't matter if they're a professional boxer or a five-time UFC champion. I'm built for this."

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