Jake Paul, Tyron Woodley agree to fight again — on one condition

After their eight-round boxing match went the gap Sunday evening, Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley appeared to agree to a second bout — on one condition. 

While jawing with Paul and his older brother, Logan, throughout his postfight interview, Woodley instantly referred to as for a rematch after Jake Paul was awarded a split-decision victory. Paul denied the request initially however opened up to it as soon as Woodley dedicated to getting a tattoo that may learn, “I love Jake Paul,” one thing they agreed upon within the buildup to the fight. 

“If you get the tattoo, ‘I love Jake Paul,’ let’s run it back,” Paul stated. 

Woodley then countered, “Bet.”

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The two fighters shook arms in the course of the ring whereas Logan Paul had a glance of pure shock on his face. 

Woodley was supposed to obtain the tattoo after the fight, although he later told the media he wished to see paperwork for the rematch earlier than getting it. (Paul later said he’d want photographic proof earlier than he even thinks about operating it again.) Regardless, that is fairly the turnaround for the previous UFC welterweight champion. 

Paul, who went the gap for the primary time in his boxing profession, gained on the playing cards of judges Jaime Garayua (77-75) and Dana DePaolo (78-74) whereas Woodley gained on the cardboard of Phil Rogers (77-75). According to CompuBox, Paul landed 71 of 207 punches (34.3 %) and 35 of 85 energy punches (41 %) whereas Woodley related on 52 of 163 (32 %) of his punches and 41 of 115 (35.7 %) of his energy pictures. 

Woodley was lower from the UFC after shedding 4 straight fights. Now his profession could also be marked (actually) by shedding to a former full-time YouTuber and Disney Channel star in boxing. At least he seems to be in line to earn one other massive payday from it.