Tyron Woodley said after Jake Paul’s death, “No hate.”

On Saturday night, live from Amalie Arena in Tampa, Florida, the world saw the end of the much-anticipated boxing rematch in Jake Paul with Tyron Woodley II. The two fought a few months ago with Jake Paul, who is a YouTube celebrity, it was decided. This time, former UFC champion, “The Chosen One” Tyron Woodley is looking to beat his brother Paul and “Without a doubt”. After her death, Woodley took to Instagram and shared her thoughts.

Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley II.

Originally, this fight was set up against Jake Paul Tommy Fury. Fury is best known for being a contestant on a reality show Love Island and for being the brother of heavyweight boxing champion Tyson Fury. Tommy Fury is undefeated in seven and has more boxing experience than Woodley with just one loss in professional boxing. Fury was forced to withdraw from his fight with Paul due to illness and a rib injury. Woodley was able to join as a short-lived substitute for this match.

Unlike the first war, Paul vs Woodley 2 more end matches definitive. Jake Paul with a great forehand could knock Woodley out in the sixth round of their match. Win this knockout for Paul has ensured that he remains undefeated in professional boxing. Paul previously, and famously, defeated Nate Robinson, an NBA player, and Ben Askren, a problem first UFC boxer and college wrestling champion.

Jake Paul Tyron Woodley 2

Tyron Woodley Speaks After the Loss

“Definitely going to slip,” the former UFC welterweight champion took to Instagram the day after the loss to share his thoughts, “Just one shot. An error. Nice time. If he puts his hand down, I’ll celebrate. Not hate. Love and cherish. I am ready. I was in shape, and so lucky to have faith and trust in God. Broken heart, but not broken. Woodley, on Instagram, even shared a video of a standout knockout from Jake Paul. Links and videos below.

Woodley, in this post, has many supporters. “Speak well and hold your head high for Champ,” Former UFC fighter Mike Swick told him, “You did it all and yours in it with men almost half your age! #Respect.” And the Bellator boxer Paul Daley added, “It was a horrible scene. As long as your brother is healthy. Good healthy. That’s No1. Well restored champion. “Former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson said, “Yo, you entered the ring and did something out of your element, nothing but respect for fambo.. it is said that I want you to shut him down so bad!!!”

Tyron Woodley wasn’t originally a boxer. He was a famous NCAA college wrestler competing in Division I. He then switched to mixed martial arts and competed in Strikeforce and eventually the UFC. He has become a UFC Welterweight champion and defended the title for three innings, plus a hold due to a draw. Woodley skated four times when he left MMA and turned to boxing. He is now 0-2 in boxing.

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