A quick search of Jake Paul's Wikipedia page shows the results of an American professional boxer, but that's far from the full story of the hugely-popular social media influencer...
Paul found fame on video hosting service Vine. The 26-year-old began by posting pranks and hip hop music and went on to amass more than 2 billion views on the short-video site.
In 2014, the Ohio star then went onto launch his own YouTube channel, which continued the theme from the Vine days.
With so many social media views and followers it wasn't long before Paul was snapped up by some more mainstream and traditional outlets.
The Disney Channel came calling and Paul was offered a part in their comedy television series Bizaardvark. The American played the role of Dirk Mann, performing dare requests in the first two series of the show, before leaving to concentrate on his YouTube channel and business interests.
In 2017 Paul launched a music collaborative titled 'Team 10'.
The Ohio star released the song "It's Everyday Bro" in 2017, and while it went onto become the the third most disliked video on YouTube, it also received over 70 millions views in the month after it was posted.
With 'Team 10', Paul went on to release a whole host of records and his 2018 single "Champion" saw him enter the world of boxing.
In 2018, Paul spotted another money making avenue and he made his first venture into the boxing ring.
Jake Paul, and his brother Logan, took on fellow YouTube stars KSI and his younger sibling Deji Olatunji. At this stage it was nothing more than a white-collar amateur contest, but Paul came out on top and clearly caught the fighting bug.
A year later Paul announced that he would be making his professional boxing debut against AnEsonGib.
The contest was a co-feature, alongside the WBO world middleweight title fight between Demetrius Andrade and Luke Keeler, at the Meridian at Island Gardens, Miami.
Paul's bout may have been on a professional boxing card, but his opponent was better known for playing the football video game FIFA than his bob and weave.
The 26-year-old notched another victory and six months later he announced that he would be taking on former professional basketball player Nate Robinson in the ring.
The Ohio man scored a second-round knockout triumph and slammed the former New York Knicks point guard onto the canvas.
Paul has gradually stepped up his level of opponents and in 2020 he took on former star Ben Askren. The YouTuber had little trouble getting past Askren, who had a wrestling background that failed to translate to the boxing ring.
A pair of victories over another MMA performer Tyron Woodley followed. The first was a close split-decision triumph for Paul, but the Problem Child scored a sixth-round knockout victory in the rematch.
Those successes set up a clash against UK reality television personality Tommy Fury. The Briton, brother of heavyweight king Tyson Fury, was unbeaten in eight low-key boxing contests. The bout promised to be an entertaining battle and it would have proved a tougher test for both fighters.
However, Fury pulled out of the fight, which was scheduled for July 2022, and Hasim Rahman Jr was drafted in as a replacement.
When Paul and Fury finally met in February 2023, it was Fury who came out on top.
Fury won the fight against by split decision. The judges scored the fight 76-73, 75-74, and 76-73 in favor of Fury. This was Paul's first professional boxing loss.