Tyron Woodley Issues Message To Haters: ‘Jake Paul Would F*ck A Lot Of You Up’

Tyron WoodleyFormer undisputed UFC welterweight champion, Tyron Woodley has sent a stern message directed at critics, haters, and trolls of his on social media following his stunning sixth round knockout loss to Jake Paul back in December – claiming the Ohio native would knock them out similarly. Tyron Woodley, who ended his eight-year tenure with the […]

Tyron Woodley

Former undisputed UFC welterweight champion, Tyron Woodley has sent a stern message directed at critics, haters, and trolls of his on social media following his stunning sixth round knockout loss to Jake Paul back in December – claiming the Ohio native would knock them out similarly.

Tyron Woodley, who ended his eight-year tenure with the UFC back in March following an opening round D’Arce choke to Vicente Luque as well as the completion of his contractual obligations, made the transition to professional boxing last year as well. 

Tyron Woodley last scored a professional victory in a September 2018 title defense against Darren Till

Headlining a Showtime! professional boxing event against the undefeated, Paul back in August, Woodley battled to a split decision against the YouTube content creator and social media star – suffering a judging loss over the course of 8 rounds.

However, on short notice last month, Woodley replaced an injured Tommy Fury to stand opposite Paul in an immediate rematch, where he suffered a devastating one-punch knockout loss in the sixth round.

The defeat came as Woodley’s sixth consecutively across professional combat sports, however, the St. Louis native had not been stopped by strikes since July 2012 in a vacant Strikeforce welterweight title fight against Nate Marquardt. 

Speaking on the falk he has since received following his knockout defeat to the polarizing Paul, Woodley informed MMA Fighting that those who critique him would likely find themselves in dire straits against Paul.

“And a lot of people are saying that, ‘Aw, you lost to him (Jake Paul) again,” Tyron Woodley said. “‘Aw, you got knocked out.’ He would literally f*ck a lot of y’all up, like MMA fighters and other people that are just bumping at the gums, he’s an athletic kid that don’t have no job beyond this. He don’t have no kids, he don’t have no business running. He can have the best trainer, the best coaches, the best nutrition, the most focus. He can separate himself.” (Trancribed by MMA News)

Whilst neither Woodley nor Paul have yet to book their next respective outings, Woodley has been linked to a return to professional mixed martial arts, and in particular, a bout against former welterweight championship challenger, Dan Hardy.

Woodley To Haters & Online Trolls: Jake Paul Would Knock You Out, Too

Tyron Woodley is firing back at the people hating on his loss to Jake Paul.

It’s been just over a month since Tyron Woodley was knocked out by Jake Paul in their second fight against each other. Woodley has been catching some heat from haters and p…

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Tyron Woodley is firing back at the people hating on his loss to Jake Paul.

It’s been just over a month since Tyron Woodley was knocked out by Jake Paul in their second fight against each other. Woodley has been catching some heat from haters and people online since the loss. Woodley has some words for those who are criticizing his loss and, in turn, is giving some credit to Paul.

“And a lot of people are saying that, ‘Aw, you lost to him again! Aw, you got knocked out!’ He would literally fuck a lot of y’all up, like MMA fighters and other people that are just bumping at the gums, he’s an athletic kid that don’t have no job beyond this,” Woodley told MMA Fighting. “He don’t have no kids. He don’t have no business running. He can have the best trainer, the best coaches, the best nutrition, the most focus. He can separate himself.”

Woodley was a last-minute replacement this time around when Paul’s original opponent, Tommy Fury, dropped out. Woodley first faced Paul in August and lost that fight by decision. In his second attempt, Woodley was vocally more confident that he could defeat Paul, however, he was mistaken. Woodley is now giving Paul the credit he deserves.

Now that Woodley and Paul have run their course fighting each other, “The Chosen One” is not ready to just sit down and retired from boxing. One rumored possibility for his next opponent is fellow UFC alum Dan Hardy.

As for Paul, he is still moving forward with his boxing career after winning an award for “Breakout Boxer of the Year”. He was recently rumored to be fighting with Mike Tyson, but Tyson shot those rumblings down instantly. Paul has also been hinting at a move to MMA. If he does follow through with that plan perhaps he might consider giving Woodley another shot.

Do you think you personally could beat Jake Paul in a boxing match?

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Tyron Woodley Addresses Rumors He Took a Dive vs. Jake Paul in Rematch

Former UFC welterweight champion Tyron
Woodley strongly denied he took a dive in his boxing rematch with
YouTube star Jake Paul in December. Woodley told MMA…

Former UFC welterweight champion Tyron
Woodley strongly denied he took a dive in his boxing rematch with
YouTube star Jake Paul in December. Woodley told MMA…

Tyron Woodley Wants MMA Fight With Dan Hardy

Tyron WoodleyTyron Woodley has revealed that he wants to take on former UFC commentator and competitor Dan Hardy, but only in an MMA-styled matchup. ‘The Chosen One’ made an appearance on The MMA Hour on Wednesday and responded to comments regarding a potential matchup against Hardy. ‘The Outlaw’ had earlier stated in the year that he […]

Tyron Woodley

Tyron Woodley has revealed that he wants to take on former UFC commentator and competitor Dan Hardy, but only in an MMA-styled matchup.

‘The Chosen One’ made an appearance on The MMA Hour on Wednesday and responded to comments regarding a potential matchup against Hardy. ‘The Outlaw’ had earlier stated in the year that he had signed a contract to box Tyron Woodley during 2022.

Tyron Woodley didn’t confirm whether this is true or not, but he did have some strong words for Hardy himself.

“I don’t even want to give Dan Hardy the clout”

“I want to say some bullsh*t about him, but I really don’t want to give him the clout. One, who gives a f*ck about a dyed-up mohawk right now. Stop dude, you f*cking 90. Get the dye off, you not ‘The Outlaw’ no more. You ain’t swung at a face in 10 years, so stop with The Outlaw sh*t.

“They were talking to me about him and there was some good money out there. There’s been a lot of good money out there for a lot of different fights, so I’m going to look at it, but I was thinking about the boxing thing with Dan. I think it would be letting him off the hook. If I fought him in MMA it would be a little elbow, a little knee, a little b*tch slap. I need some hands open so I can do some of that. I don’t know, potentially we’ll see.”

You can see the full interview here:

Tyron Woodley Feels People Hate On His Success

Woodley was on the receiving end of two losses in boxing last year at the hands of Jake Paul but despite this, he now feels other combat athletes are looking to him for the big fight paychecks.

“There was some talking to [Hardy’s team] because a lot of these dudes — and he’s not the only one, a lot of these dudes have piggybacked off of me — what I did in MMA put me in position where I can do certain things in film, music, and other fights in other organizations. I’m the only real free agent out here to be honest. Who else can do whatever the f*ck they want to do, when they want to do it, fight whoever they want to fight, no contract, nobody holding me down, and I’m making a lot of money?”

“So people are gonna hate me. They’re gonna hate on me. They’re gonna see my opportunities, but they haven’t gotten the wisdom yet. My goals and what God has for me and the windows He opened, you will never be able to access it and you can never close my window. So when people look at you and compare themselves, you’re not supposed to compare yourself to another. Don’t look at what I got, look at what you were supposed to get, look at your vision.

I think when guys take their eyes off of their vision and what the f*ck they’re supposed to do and start looking at another man; one, it’s suspect. Two, it’s kind of like you’re taking your mind off of your goal. Don’t look at what I did and want the payday I got. Ain’t none of y’all been no five-time world champions, none of them. So what are y’all talking about?” (transcribed by MMAfighting.com)

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Who do you think would win in an MMA matchup between the Tyron Woodley & Dan Hardy?

Jake Paul Reveals He Has Made Over $40 Million Competing in Boxing in 2021

Jake PaulSince turning to the sport of boxing, Youtube sensation Jake Paul has been the talking point in the world of combat sports. It’s easy to see why after making a substantial amount of money in 2021. Forbes conducted a series of the highest paid Youtube stars for 2021, in which Paul placed No. 2 on […]

Jake Paul

Since turning to the sport of boxing, Youtube sensation Jake Paul has been the talking point in the world of combat sports.

It’s easy to see why after making a substantial amount of money in 2021.

Forbes conducted a series of the highest paid Youtube stars for 2021, in which Paul placed No. 2 on the list. The 24-year-old has estimated earnings of $40 million from his boxing career, also collecting an additional $5 million from his videos, endorsements, and other businesses on the side.

Since then, Jake Paul has revealed the $40 million estimations were slightly lower than what he earned for the year.

Jake Paul Comments on Forbes List

“True story on my momma. So my dad called me today and asked if the numbers that were reported today were inflated,” Paul wrote on his Instagram story. “He said ’I knew you made close to that, but did you really make that?

“The answer was, ‘Yes, dad and in fact the numbers are slightly low.’ Mind you, I don’t lie to my dad and he knows everything about my life. Even my brother thought the numbers were lower (according to my dad’s conversation with him). A lot of times Forbes inflates the number made. In 2018 when I made the list, I made $17 million and they reported $22 million I believe. On this day, they are actually behind, and the numbers are actually low. Most celebs would say, ‘Thank the Lord I’m so blessed,’ but I say any regular motherf*cker could do this sh*t if you a sicko and ready to die for your cause.”

The “Problem Child” unquestionably made his presence known in not only the world of boxing but in MMA too. Paul ended the year with a (3-0) record, including two stoppages victories over former MMA champions, in Ben Askren and Tyron Woodley.

Paul made it a quick night for Ben Askren under the Triller banner knocking the respected wrestler unconscious in the first round. Shortly after, he signed with Showtime, meaning they would take over as his promoter.

The credibility of Paul’s opponents has consistently been questioned between the ropes. Still, in September, he gained respect after earning a split decision victory over former UFC champion and knockout puncher Tryon Woodley. A fight that generated close to 500,000 PPV buys.

Four months later, Paul was met with Woodley for the second time, which resulted in Woodley faceplanting the canvas in round six. While Jake Paul added another viral knockout to his forever-growing collection.

It’s still unknown who Paul will compete against next, with the Ohio-born fighter calling out names such as Conor McGregor, Dustin Poirier and Nate Diaz. Whoever Paul ends up fighting next can expect a healthy payday.

Who do you want to see Jake Paul fight next?

Jake Paul Breaks Down Why Woodley KO Had Nothing To Do With Luck

Jake Paul has responded to claims that his sixth-round KO over Tyron Woodley was lucky.

In the rematch, both Paul and Woodley hesitant were to throw much volume but in the sixth round, Paul landed a vicious right hand that put Woodley out cold. Alt…

Jake Paul, Tyron Woodley

Jake Paul has responded to claims that his sixth-round KO over Tyron Woodley was lucky.

In the rematch, both Paul and Woodley hesitant were to throw much volume but in the sixth round, Paul landed a vicious right hand that put Woodley out cold. Although many were critical of his performance, according to “The Problem Child,” he was setting up that shot the entire fight.

“I’ve done that to every single person that I’ve fought,” Paul said during an episode of Boxing with Chris Mannix as a rebuttal to those who claim the punch was lucky. “So it’s not like I’ve knocked out everyone in a violent fashion in one way or another. My power is only increasing, and I set up the shot, you watch the whole sequence.

“I think I see his hand come flying down, I think again, go to the body, and then bring it up top with all my power and brought my hips through,” Paul continued. “It’s not lucky, look at all the people that Tyron Woodley has been in there with, and he’s never been KO’d like that.”

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Jake Paul, Image Credit: (Photo by Eric Espada/Getty Images)

With the KO win over Tyron Woodley, Jake Paul improved to 5-0 and continues to be a big name in boxing. However, after his last win, he said he wants some time off and will likely return in the summer. Who he fights in his return is uncertain.

Although there is no clear-cut next opponent for Paul, he does have options, as he could rebook the Tommy Fury fight or perhaps face Julio César Chávez Jr., who has called out the YouTuber.

Regardless, Jake Paul is still set on continuing his boxing career following his violent KO win over Woodley in December. The fight also marked the end of his two-fight Showtime deal.

Do you think Jake Paul’s KO win over Tyron Woodley was lucky?

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