The two fighters entered the ring in very different ways. While Jake Paul had a collection of theatrics involved with his ring walk with massive confidence, Deji, on the other hand, remained quite calm during his approach
Once the fight started, Jake Paul continued his momentum from his ring walk with a number of good hits early, Deji was able to retaliate by being able to draw blood from Paul's nose by the end of the first round.
Both sides exchanged punches throughout the second round, however, fatigue started to kick in by the end of the second and both fighters looked fatigued while headed into the third round.
In round four, Jake Paul appeared to take charge of the bout with superior conditioning, allowing him to land more punches over time than Deji could seemingly handle.
However, Jake Paul eventually kept it going, which allowed him to win the match when Deji's corner 'threw in the towel' by TKO.
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