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Jake Paul calls out Tyron Woodley’s tattoo loophole and won’t commit to boxing rematch

Published: 3/Oct/2021 11:26

by Joe Craven

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American YouTuber turned boxer Jake Paul has called out ex-MMA fighter Tyron Woodley over a tattoo ‘loophole’ ahead of the pair’s potential rematch. 

Jake Paul’s August 29 boxing match with Tyron Woodley was the latest in a long line of YouTube fights, traceable all the way back to KSI and Joe Weller’s original 2018 bout.

The American YouTuber came out on top via split decision in a tight encounter, with Woodley now pushing for a rematch. Paul, though, called out the ex-MMA star over his failure to get a tattoo the two had wagered on the first fight.

Woodley subsequently obliged and shared the images on Twitter. However, something seems amiss to Jake.

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The YouTuber is seemingly not buying Woodley’s concession, revealing in a TalkSport interview why he won’t commit to a rematch just yet.

“Let’s see what happens. He was like three or four weeks late on the tattoo, he let the hype die down,” the 24-year-old said. “I think he had a call with his accountants and he saw how much taxes he had to pay and he was like ‘oh, man, I need to get this tattoo right now.'”

There were also doubts about the tattoo itself, with Paul suggesting Woodley may change it should he get his rematch.

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“The weird thing about it,” Paul continued, “is the tattoo is on his middle finger and it’s done in a way where he can change it to say ‘f*** Jake Paul’. He did it so the I looks like an F or could be changed to that, so I think personally he’s going to change it to say f*** Jake Paul on his middle finger… He’s trying to find loopholes and be slick but he’s not as smart as he thinks he is.”

Jake Paul fights Tyron Woodley
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Jake Paul won his August 29 bout against Tyron Woodley by split-decision.

A rematch between the two looks to be getting further away, rather than approaching imminently.

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There’s no shortage of fighters wanting to get into a ring with Jake Paul though, with boxing legend Tyson Fury’s younger brother Tommy among those wanting to settle his differences with Jake.

Boxing icon Saul ‘Canelo’ Alvarez hasn’t ruled out a fight yet either, but he wants to see Jake improve somewhat first.