The Paul brothers just couldn’t stop getting in the spotlight. Jake Paul is set to take on the former UFC champion Tyron Woodley in the squared circle for a boxing match.
“The Problem Kid” had made pretty bold comments about Woodley, the last time these two men met. Tyron Woodley says that he’s pretty confident and can slay the social media star with ease, whereas Jake is adamant that he’ll knock down Woodley as he did to his friend Ben.
Ahead of his boxing match with YouTuber turned boxer Jake Paul, Tyron Woodley has shared details on his communication with Floyd Mayweather regarding a potential training partnership.
“They just texted me, let’s do it. I just talked to him[Floyd] today so for sure, why would I not train with the greatest boxer of all time? He’s already my dog and we’ve been talking about training anyway, so for sure. I’m definitely going to take him up on that.”
After hearing that Woodley would be training with Mayweather, Jake Paul really showed no credibility to the former champion. Instead, he proposed a bet with Woodley that if he[Woodley] wins Woodley would get his fight purse doubled, and if he loses then he has to donate his fight purse to Jake Paul’s charity.
After the boxing match between Logan Paul and Floyd Mayweather, Jake Paul was asked that what are his thoughts on Mayweather training Woodley for the boxing match to which he casually replied that he’d fu*k him up.
“He’s gonna help in learning ‘How to get wobbled?’, Woodly bruh, you could do whatever the f***k you want, you could get struck by lightning and turn into a superhuman, and I’ll still fu*k you up. And after watching tonight, if Floyd wants to help Woodley, go f**cking right ahead bruh, ’cause I’m gonna Imma fu*k up Woodley so bad.”
Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley fight details
Paul and Woodley will clash on August 28. And their subsequent verbal match on social media has stepped up the stage for an interesting grudge match, which, on paper, is the toughest fight of Paul’s young boxing career.
Unlike Ben Askren, Tyron Woodley has the reputation of being an elite striker with seven knockouts to his name. Just because Woodley is on a four-fight losing streak doesn’t mean he is not capable of annihilating Jake Paul with one punch – this alone makes the fight a tantalizing prospect.
Who do you think will get his hand raised at the end of the match?