Following promoter Eddie Hearn's $100 million defamation lawsuit against Jake Paul, Jake Paul has bragged about being unbeatable in court.

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Paul charged Hearn with paying a judge to award victories to Hearn's boxers earlier this year.

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Hearn refuted the claims and later sued the YouTube personality, saying that he "made blatantly false and unsubstantiated" assertions.

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The alleged "Problem Child" has now declared he doesn't give a damn about the legal matter and is only concerned with his fight against Anderson Silva on October 29.

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He admitted to MMAJunkie that he wasn't even thinking about it because he had a fight scheduled for October 29 and his lawyers were attending to that.

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"I don’t care as I get sued all the time for stupid s***, I’m 5-0 in lawsuits and 5-0 in the ring. I’ve got all the time and money in the world so I’m just focused on October 29."

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Before admitting that he had filed a lawsuit, Hearn made a legal manoeuvring suggestion.

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"We're not a fan of court cases; we gave him the opportunity to apologise and he didn't want to do it," he told iFL TV. "We've filed a case and he will have to defend it.

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"We take this very seriously; he's accused us of corruption, of committing a crime and of paying a judge."

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"It's the most moronic statement anyone can ever make and it's massively defamatory to our business."

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