Jake Paul gets knockout win in rematch with Tyron Woodley

Whether you like it on not YouTuber/Fighter Jake Paul has once against found a way to become relevant and it seems like it’s working. Paul knocked out former UFC welterweight champion Tyron Woodley in the sixth round at the Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, Saturday night. 


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The fight ended after Paul threw a hard right, sending Woodley face-first onto the mat.

Paul was originally supposed to fight Tommy Fury, the half-brother of British boxing champion Tyson Fury but he pulled out of the fight less than two weeks before the event due to a bacterial chest infection and a broken rib.

Jake Paul beat Woodley via split decision in August, even though he hasn’t fought anyone with actual boxing experience. Woodley, 39, had been pushing for a rematch ever since August and it finally went his way.

Woodley was looking strong in the first few rounds, he elbow to Paul’s forehead that sent blood pouring down his face early in the round. Woodley delivered strong hooks to Paul’s head later in the round and seems like he had the other hand in the round.

Screenshot from Showtime

Jake Paul has won 5-0 in a row so now the former YouTuber and now has to be taken seriously but his next opponent is unknown. He did end the fight calling out several potential future opponents, including UFC stars Jorge Masvidal and Nate Diaz, Hopefully they will give him a shot.

Via Jake Paul Twitter

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