Jake Paul beats Tyron Woodley, result, winner, judges scorecard, rematch, tattoo, video, highlights, latest

Jake Paul has reluctantly agreed to an immediate rematch with Tyron Woodley – on just one situation.

Paul defeat Woodley through break up selection in Cleveland on Monday (AEST), marking the initially time in his profession that he experienced been taken earlier two rounds.

Nonetheless, whilst most experienced Paul as the unanimous winner, just one of the judges experienced Woodley as the victor, leading to a controversial break up selection.

“That’s bulls***,” Paul complained afterwards. “Especially in my home city. Where’s that decide at?”

Woodley was similarly as aggravated, claiming that he should really have gained the fight and if it was not for the ropes, Paul would have tumbled as a result of them on the way to his initially knock down.

“I sense like I gained the fight,” he said. “F*** the Fury fight – me and Jake require to operate that back. I want a rematch.”

When questioned no matter whether Paul would facial area Tyson Fury’s younger brother Tommy up coming, he replied: “I haven’t absent to the dentist, I haven’t gotten my haircut. My teeth are crooked, my nose is crooked, I might require to chill out for a bit. I’m even now only 24.”

But Woodley was not owning any of that, and demanded the two operate it back as soon as doable, even with Paul and his brother Logan both equally insisting his time was around and they were being transferring on.

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That was until eventually the younger Paul brother came up with the just one situation.

Prior to the fight, the two gentlemen agreed the loser would get a tattoo of the winner’s selection tattooed on them.

“Of training course you want the payday, you’ve experienced your prospect,” Paul said. “You experienced your prospect, I’m nothing at all but respectful to you now. If you get the tattoo ‘I like Jake Paul’, let’s operate it back.”

Woodley agreed, responding “bet” with the two gentlemen shaking hand on the deal in the middle of the ring.