Jake Paul’s $16 Million Worth Mansion Tour Reveals His Obsession With Christopher Nolan’s Batman Trilogy and Tom Hardy

Jake Paul's $16 Million Worth Mansion Tour Reveals His Obsession With Christopher Nolan's Batman Trilogy and Tom Hardy
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Jake Paul has been in the headlines for a variety of reasons. Whether it is his social media presence or his work as a professional boxer, the younger Paul brother knows how to stay relevant. Of course, Jake Paul is also subjected to a ton of negativity and trolls online but it doesn’t look like he lets it get to him.

Jake Paul wearing the Bane mask
Jake Paul wearing the Bane mask

Another thing about Jake Paul is that the guy absolutely loves the Batman franchise, especially the supervillain Bane played by Tom Hardy in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises. He even wore a version of Bane’s mask to one of his boxing matches. In fact, the YouTuber has a special place for the merchandise in his enormous mansion.

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Jake Paul Loves Tom Hardy’s Bane

Jake Paul's $16 million house
Jake Paul’s $16 million house

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Jake Paul recently splurged $16 million on a stunning new house in Dorado, Puerto Rico. Showing off his new abode in a video for his YouTube channel, Paul walks his fans through the innumerable amenities present inside the mansion. He states,

“I bought this sixteen million dollar house and this house has some incredible features. It has a whole baseball batting cage, man cave room, a music studio, a giant movie theatre, master bedrooms, outdoor shower, eight bedrooms, six-car garage. The list goes on and on.”

Talk about luxury.


Sports Illustrated’s Daniel Mac also had the privilege to take a tour of the mansion where Paul showed off some of the things close to his heart that he has kept on full display. This includes the mask donned by Tom Hardy in Christopher Nolan’s The Dark Knight Rises but in white. The mask was worn by Paul as a part of his all-white attire for his first-ever boxing match.

Jake Paul's Bane mask
Jake Paul’s Bane mask

In the video for Sports Illustrated, Paul stated, “This is what I wore to walk out for my first fight ever. Big Bane fan.” Other items place neatly on the shelves include a platinum plaque for his song, It’s Everyday Bro, his high school diploma, a golden ticket from the Amanda Serrano and Katie Taylor fight from Tiffany and Co., and so on.

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Jake Paul Wants to Do a Superhero Film, Preferably Batman

Tom Hardy as Bane
Tom Hardy as Bane

In a 2017 interview with GQ Magazine, Paul stated that he had auditioned for Spider-Man: Homecoming and even for one of the X-Men films. He truly wants to play a role in a superhero film and would love it if he got to play a supervillain. Paul added just how much he loves the Batman franchise and its villains and that he would love to do something in that area.

“I want to be a superhero or a supervillain in a giant action film. I love Bane. I love the Joker. I love Batman. I want to do that. That would be a dream come true.”

Given the fact that it has been years since this interview dropped, we wonder if Paul still has this goal listed on his bucket list. Judging by the Bane mask in his house, Paul’s love for the supervillain is going strong, at least!

Source: Sports Illustrated


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