Jake Paul reveals what he will say after beating Tyron Woodley
Jake Paul is one of the main talking points in boxing right now – with his fight against Tyron Woodley in a few days.
The 24-year-old social media star is set to take on a former UFC champion in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio, USA this Sunday, with the eyes of the world tuned in to the events at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse.
Paul currently has a perfect professional record as a boxer and will be looking to increase his winning streak against a man who touched gold in MMA, Woodley winning the UFC welterweight championship just three years ago.
Meanwhile, Paul had his first white collar content against YouTuber Deji, and won convincingly, and was the start of a number of fights that led the American to take the fighting game seriously.
With each fight, his confidence increased dramatically. For this reason, he has already prepared his victory speech after beating Woodley this weekend.
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Jake Paul prepares the winning speech
Paul has already thought beyond the fight against Woodley and is aiming to poke fun at another man who currently holds a UFC belt, in reference to a previous fight that took place in the Octagon.
Answer a question asked by The Pain Game Podcast of the welterweights Woodley has fought before he said:
“That’s what I intend to say in my post-fight victory speech. After I finish it, I’ll say, ‘look Kamaru Usman, the big bad welterweight couldn’t even finish this guy and I did ”. People are going to look at this and be like, ‘Oh man, what’s going on here?’ “
Woodley defeated Usman at UFC 235 by unanimous decision after the welterweight title fight went the distance, with “The Nigerian Nightmare” unable to dismantle “T-Wood”.
Whether this eventually opens the door for a fight with Usman in the future remains to be seen. However, with Tommy Fury knocking on his door eager to get along with the American, time will tell if these fights will materialize.
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