Wednesday, December 1 2021

Jake Paul beat Tyron Woodley by split decision in their boxing match last night in Woodley’s hometown of Cleveland. The former UFC fighter was already looking for a rematch afterward, and the Youtube sensation agreed under one condition: that Woodley gets the ‘I love Jake Paul’ tattoo they bet before the fight. Paul improved his professional record to 4-and-0 with the victory, much to the chagrin of Woodley’s fans on social media. Skip Bayless reacts to Paul’s victory and explains why he was impressed by it.

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Source: FOX Sports

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