Jake Paul’s luxury mansion worth more than Eddie Hearn’s Fight Camp house

Jake Paul's luxury £5.5million mansion is reportedly worth more than Eddie Hearn's £5million 'boxing bubble'.

Hearn took his fighters away to the Matchroom Fight Camp in 2020, as Covid restrictions lifted, Hearn had the radical idea to stage a bout in his garden. The set-up cost Hearn £5million, and he revealed he had initially struggled to get permission due to knock-back from his neighbours.

The event was eventually headlined by Dillian Whyte and Alexander Povetkin – with the Body Snatcher being dramatically knocked out before winning a rematch and earning a WBC mandatory against Tyson Fury. Whyte was dropped by Fury in the subsequent bout.

However, even Hearn's mega-million project isn't as valuable as Jake Paul's Los Angeles mansion.

Situated on 3.5 acres, there is a mammoth 15,045 square feet of living space that includes a three-story entrance with a stunning spiral staircase. The mansion also shows off an outdoor swimming pool and spa area, while the driveway can hold up to 20 cars.

But that's not all, and it also boasts a built-in theatre, bar, home office and gym.

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Paul sold his LA Mansion in 2021 to focus on his boxing career. In a YouTube video announcing he was selling the 'Team 10' mansion, Paul said: ”I’ve lived here since I was 17, and to leave it all behind is not easy.

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“This house is nostalgic, and this is probably one of the hardest decisions I've ever had to make in my life. Being in Los Angeles, there's so many distractions. There's so much going on, and it doesn't really allow me to focus on training."

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