Jake Paul Announces His Next Boxing Opponent former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley
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On Monday, Jake Paul announced he will fight former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in a boxing match. The pair will have a faceoff in Miami on Friday to promote the bout after Paul signed a multifight deal with Showtime...

UFC's website lists Woodley as a "former fighter" who sports a 19-7-1 record.
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this is getting ridiculous. People need to quit paying for this and giving this idiot money. How about fight an actual boxer?
Reply2 months
When does this guy's 15 minutes end? It can't be soon enough.
Reply2 months
I was hoping he’d box a kangaroo next.
Reply2 months
It’s been like 3-4 years/fights since Woodley last won a fight. I want to say that’s why he was encouraged to retire. If one of these Paul dudes want respect, fight a current top ranked boxer in a boxing match or a current top ranked MMA fighter in an MMA match.This cross sport crap is getting old regardless of the fighters and how good the MMA guys currently are bc they’re always out of their element. The only way the cross sport crap wouldn’t bother me is if the celebrity boxer fought in an MMA fight.
Reply2 months
Not even top ranked. Just fight anyone on the pro circuit. Literally anyone who is an actual pro with pro fights. Not retired nba players and a guy who has never landed a clean punch in his life.
2 months
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