Jake Paul KO’s Tyron Woodley to win rematch fight: Recap, cards, results

. 6 months ago
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Jake Paul knocked out Tyron Woodley in the sixth round to prove, once and for all, that he’s the superior boxer of the two beyond a reasonable doubt. It follows on from his first victory via split decision in August 2021.

  • Jake Paul knocked out Tyron Woodley with an overhand right in the sixth round.
  • Amanda Serrano dominated Miriam Gutiérrez in the penultimate fight.
  • Deron Williams beat Frank Gore via split decision.

Paul went into the fight as the bookie’s favorite, and after six rounds, he proved them right with an impressive knockout victory over Woodley. He remains undefeated with a professional boxing record of 5 – 0.

The first round was a bit of an uneventful scrap, with neither fighter really making much of a statement. However, Paul got into a bit of a rhythm in the second round, landing some clean punches and combinations.

Woodley came back firing in the third round. He accidentally elbowed Paul in the head, causing him to bleed and seemingly compromising his view. Then, he landed some decent shots to tip the round in his favor.

It became a bit scrappy again after that. Both fighters started to clinch a lot as their energy levels waned, and neither landed a clean shot. But then suddenly, Paul landed a massive overhand right that floored the former UFC Welterweight Champion.

In the lead-up to the final bout, viewers were treated to three other exciting fights that all took place on the main card.

Amanda Serrano proved to be too hot for Miriam Gutierrez to handle. She dominated every round from start to finish, and although it went the distance, she won the fight via unanimous decision.

Three-time NBA All-Star Deron Williams defeated NFL running back Frank Gore via split decision. However, it was tainted by an illegal push followed by a punch on Gore when he was down.

Despite getting dropped in the first round, Liam Paro defeated Yomar Alamo via split decision. He remains undefeated with an impressive 22 straight wins, 13 of which were knockouts.

Jake Paul vs Tyron Woodley 2 PPV Schedule & Results

The event was a blast from start to finish, with lots of action spread throughout the fights. Here’s a list of all the results on both the preliminary card and the main card:

Preliminary Card

  • J’Leon Love def. Marcus Oliveira via unanimous decision (Cruiserweight)
  • Chris Avila def. Anthony Taylor via split decision (Super Middleweight)

Main Card

  • Liam Paro def. Yomar Álamo via split decision (Light Welterweight)
  • Deron Williams def. Frank Gore via split decision (Heavyweight)
  • Amanda Serrano def. Miriam Gutiérrez via unanimous decision (Women’s Lightweight)
  • Jake Paul def. Tyron Woodley via knockout (Cruiserweight)

After the fight, Paul said: “Respect. This guy is a legend. This guy is a legend. Don’t take anything away from his career as a UFC Welterweight Champion. I respect him for taking this fight on two weeks notice.”

However, he had nothing kind to say about Tommy Fury, who he described as a “b*tch” for backing out of their fight. “This guy is a real fighter,” he said about Woodley. “That is a tough fighter right there. Legend.”

He also called out UFC superstars Jorge Masvidal and Nate Diaz for allegedly leaving the arena after watching him win. “Y’all are some b*tches for leaving this arena because I know you don’t want that shit,” he said.

Now that Paul has beaten Woodley for the second time, it begs the question: who will be his next target? Will it be one of the two he called out, or will he re-schedule a bout against Fury? We’ll have to wait and see.

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