Identical opponent, identical outcome—this time with no want for the judges.
In a rematch from lower than 4 months in the past, YouTube star-turned-boxer Jake Paul once more defeated former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley Saturday night time at Amalie Enviornment in Tampa, Florida. This time, although, the victory was scored with a loud sixth-round knockout.
Paul caught Woodley off-guard with a robust right-hand hook, sending Woodley face first into the mat. The referee instantly signaled the combat was over, as Paul walked stoically across the ring to gaze on the crowd earlier than leaping up on the ropes to have a good time.
Of their August combat, Paul gained by cut up resolution in a combat that lasted eight rounds. Saturday’s win improved his skilled file to five–0, with two wins coming by way of knockout.
Paul was initially slated to combat Tommy Fury, who pulled out of the bout weeks in the past on account of medical causes that impacted his coaching. Woodley was added as a substitute opponent on Dec. 6.
In an interview with Showtime’s Ariel Helwani after the fight, Paul mentioned he was laying the bottom work for his raucous end for the whole lot of the combat.
“It was a tricky combat, the blood was getting in my eye from when he elbowed me. He is throwing me on the bottom, preventing soiled, head butt. It’s what it’s,” Paul mentioned. “I obtained the job executed, and I knew it could occur like that. I used to be organising the shot the entire combat, he did not see it coming.”
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