Logan Paul opens up about his fear for his brother Jake's life in a new Netflix documentary.
The Paul brothers were genuinely concerned about Jake's well-being due to intense internet hate early in his career.
Jake faced backlash for controversial pranks and stunts during his YouTube fame.
Losing his role on Disney's "Bizaardvark" and lucrative endorsements added to the pressure.
The constant hate led Jake to an all-time low and a dark mental place.
Boxing became Jake's new purpose, bringing increased popularity and respect from legends like Mike Tyson.
Jake achieved wins over former UFC stars like Ben Askren, Tyron Woodley, and Anderson Silva.
Despite a recent loss, Jake is determined to bounce back, facing Nate Diaz in an upcoming fight.
Logan and his father shared worries about Jake's emotional unpredictability and volatility.
The documentary, "Untold: Jake Paul the Problem Child," sheds light on the challenging journey Jake faced.
Ultimately, Jake's transformation through boxing has been instrumental in overcoming the difficulties he encountered.