Ahead of this Sunday’s Jake Paul vs. Tyron Woodley Showtime PPV event, Paul's head trainer, BJ Flores, previewed the anticipated showdown during a media roundtable Friday before Paul and Woodley enter the ring at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse in Cleveland. 

While Woodley, a former UFC champion, is making his pro debut, Flores is not underestimating him.

Paul, 24-year-old, is taking part in only his fourth fight as a pro.

“Tyron poses a lot of threats. He is definitely Jake’s most dangerous opponent. If you look back at history, no one is in there with killers at 3-0. Tyron is strong, explosive, quick twitch. For Jake to fight a guy like that in his third fight in the main event on a Showtime PPV, it’s really incredible," Flores said.

“I don’t want Jake just going in there and blowing guys out. Of course, he is still making mistakes, it takes years and years and thousands of hours to do anything well. He has sparred with world champions and top contenders. He has taken his lumps, which is necessary. People think we take it easy on Jake, but that’s not true. He is like a shark. Once he tastes a little blood, he goes crazy."

While known for his massive following on social media, Paul is trying to expand his grasp in the boxing world.

If properly moved and looked after, Flores can see him going far.

“How far can he go? He is starting, he is getting going. His fundamentals are good. He is very sharp. We remove distractions and keep it simple, which is effective in the boxing world," Flores said.

“Jake is a 24-year-old with the head of a 45-year-old on his shoulders. He is a very, very smart kid. He’s learned a lot in business as a young man. He is misunderstood. He’s flashy. That’s why he has me and Jacob to be his OGs and pull him back in."