Hashem Rahman Jr.’s response to Jake Paul’s cancellation of the fight: “What did you think of the fight when they canceled the event?”

Hasim Rahman Jr. His first response to his scheduled fight with Jake Paul was canceled.

On Saturday, Paul’s management team, Most Valuabale Promotions, released a statement claiming that Abdul-Rahman would not be able to carry the contracted weight for the match, and that Rahman’s assurances to do so “were not made in good faith”.

Hours later, Rahman took to social media to respond to the match – and the entire event that had been scheduled for next Saturday at Madison Square Garden – had been cancelled.

“Why did I weigh in in the two and three weeks before the fight? I didn’t even get a chance to hit the scale on August 5 as stated in the contract.” Rehman asked boxing reporter Dan Raphael on Twitter: How did the fight start when they canceled the event.

Paul Most Valuable Promotions said in its statement that the bout was initially agreed to at £200, and that earlier this week, the New York State Athletic Commission announced that the fight, which should be sanctioned at 205 pounds, had lost “less than one pound.” “Since the first weigh-in earlier this month, when Ar-Rahman weighed 216 pounds.

The MVP also alleges that Rahman Camp indicated he was “planning a 215-pound fight-off – a sentiment that Paul echoed.” In a video on social media – which was the last straw in pulling the plug.

Mike Heck and Alexander K. Lee of MMA Fighting are reacting to the cancellation, which you can check out below, and on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and Stitcher.

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