Jake Paul trolls George Kambosos with kangaroo post after Devin Haney loss and tells Aussie he 'you let us all down'

GEORGE KAMBOSOS Jr was brutally trolled by Jake Paul just moments after his loss to Devin Haney.

The Aussie's reign as unified lightweight champion came to an end in Melbourne early on Sunday morning courtesy of a unanimous decision defeat.




Kambosos was outboxed by the American from the outset and failed to offer a well-versed threat to the newly-crowned undisputed 135lb king.

YouTuber turned boxer Paul tuned in for the bout and couldn't help but mock Kambosos' performance on Instagram.

Paul morphed his mouth onto a picture of a kangaroo and said: "What the f**k, Kambosos? You let us all down."

Prior to his trolling of Kambosos, Paul shared his scorecard for the fight, which he scored 120-108 in favour of The Dream.

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He wrote across the picture: "Wasn't even a fight."

A heartbroken Kambosos, 28, offered no excuses for coming up short in his maiden title defence.

He said: "I want to take the best test, the hardest test and I'm going to give him full respect for his victory and let him have his time.

"We'll do it again. I have to implement a few things but I thought the fight was very close."

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He later tweeted: "Dared to be great and fell short today chasing legacy.

"Without risk, there is no reward. Always chased the hardest challenges!

"Congrats to the new champ @Realdevinhaney you did what you had to do, full respect mate. I’ll be back For the love of boxing."

Haney, 23, said of his historic victory Down Under: "This is a dream come true.

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"I was comfortable. I was sticking to the game plan, the game plan was to go in and hit and not get hit and I did that for the majority of the fight.

"I took the last round off because I knew I was comfortably ahead, but I fought a good, smart fight."

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