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Tyron Woodley demands Jake Paul rematch

It looks like we might be seeing another boxing match between Jake Paul and Tyron Woodley after a controversial split decision on Saturday night. While Jake Paul believed he won a majority of the fight, Woodley disagreed and called for a rematch. “I didn’t hit the ground like his other opponents. I walked him down, I landed back,” Woodley said in the post-fight interview. “So, let’s run it back.” Paul responded, saying he was not surprised Woodley wanted another payday. “Of course he wants a pay

Source: Yahoo Sports

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